Top Deep Gap, NC Tax Lawyers
At Silver Tax Group, we deliver aggressive representation for tax matters across the United States. Our attorney team, led by managing partner Chad Silver, has more than four decades of combined experience in federal tax defense. Mr. Silver is Lead Counsel Rated and has earned recognitions from Avvo and was selected for inclusion the last three years in Super Lawyers Rising Stars. He also is the...
A traditional tax law firm that was created to help those under the heavy burden of IRS or State tax collections. The firm was founded to provide personalized attorney-based tax law services, at affordable fees. We operate under a simple principle, if we can help you we will explain how, if we cannot, we will explain why. Either way, after a call with our firm you will know exactly where you...
At Westall Gray & Connolly PA, in Asheville, North Carolina, the attorneys in our law firm focus on estate planning, probate administration and elder law. We know that eventually, we all grow old. We believe strongly that the sooner people begin planning for the future and for their retirement years, the easier their life will be for them and their families, particularly as they age. We...
Founded in 1953, the law office of Patla, Straus, Robinson & Moore, P.A., has provided business owners and individuals across Western North Carolina with quality, cost-effective legal solutions. From offices centrally located near the Buncombe County courthouse in Asheville, the law firm provides counsel on a wide range of legal matters, including business and corporate law, real estate...
Hartsoe & Associates, P.C., is a well-established law firm with offices in Winston-Salem and Greensboro. Led by a 17-year veteran attorney, R. Anthony (Tony) Hartsoe, our lawyers and staff offer practical and cost-effective legal services throughout the Piedmont Triad area of North Carolina. We serve our clients with integrity and compassion....
Charlotte, North Carolina Law Firm | Caudle & Spears, P.A. Since 1973, the law firm of Caudle & Spears, P.A., has served a diverse group of businesses and individuals as clients throughout North and South Carolina. From the owners of closely held local businesses to Fortune 500 companies, from personal injury victims to families with estate planning or tax advice issues, Caudle &...
Providing legal services on demand to business clients of all sizes, Ryan S. Luft, PLLC | General Counsel Outsourcing serves clients throughout the Greensboro area in North Carolina. Serving as a trusted legal adviser or an extension of clients’ pre-existing legal teams, our attorneys offer focused counsel and dedicated representation. For the convenience of those we represent, we accept...
Focusing on tax audit defense, the law firm of Webb & Morton PLLC proudly serves clients in Aberdeen, North Carolina, and throughout the surrounding areas. We offer smart advice, taking a creative approach to the tried and true methods in order to help our clients reach the best possible outcomes to their cases. Receiving notice that they are being audited by the U.S. Internal Revenue Service...
Founded in 1997, the Durham, North Carolina, law firm of McPherson, Rocamora, Nicholson & Nordgren, PLLC, focuses solely on the legal issues concerning elder law, estate planning law and probate law. We practice in — and only in — those areas of law: Trust and estate planning Trust and estate administration Probate Elder law Long-term care planning...
For over 20 years, Tony Taibi has been fighting for justice on behalf of his clients. Tony has helped hundreds of North Carolinians in a variety of personal injury and business law cases; obtaining multi-million-dollar settlements for some. At the Taibi Law Group, we use our extensive legal experience to provide dependable, effective legal services and customer support to obtain the best possible...
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