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Joe Marion, Attorney at Law - Rome, GA

210 E 2nd AveSte 200 Rome, GA 30161

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Updated: 12/21/2023

Rome Tax Law Firm

Overview

Attorney Joe Marion is a former IRS field agent with over 35 years of experience handling complex tax matters. He and his team are strong advocates for people who need help resolving tax disputes, IRS audits and litigation at both the state and federal level.

Whether you're a business owner looking to reduce tax liability or an individual being audited by the IRS, our legal team can help you...

Attorney Joe Marion is a former IRS field agent with over 35 years of experience handling complex tax matters. He and his team are strong advocates for people who need help resolving tax disputes, IRS audits and litigation at both the state and federal level.

Whether you're a business owner looking to reduce tax liability or an individual being audited by the IRS, our legal team can help you. We have experience:

  • Drafting and executing effective tax planning strategies
  • Navigating and resolving disputes related to the Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program
  • Resolving tax disputes and complex tax litigation
  • Removing wage garnishment and IRS levies
  • Preparing for and resolving tax audits of businesses and individuals
  • Settling tax debts through an Offer in Compromise

About Joe Marion, Attorney at Law

Practice Areas

  • Tax Law

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210 E 2nd AveSte 200 Rome, GA 30161

Other Offices

Joe Marion, Attorney at Law (Main Office) PO Box 250 San Luis, CO 81152 719-206-0017

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By Anonymous on Jul. 08, 2021
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I would HIGHLY recommend Joe Marion for a Tax case. I was treated with respect and professionalism. He always talked to me when I called or called me back in a timely fashion. He did exactly what he said he would do (which was a Miracle) when he said he would do it and while he was not the cheapest what he charged was worth every penny!

By Anonymous on Jul. 09, 2021

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" I am truly impressed with how knowledgeable and effective Joe Marion is with Taxes and Probate. He is very prompt with callbacks, does exactly what he says he will, and is worth every penny he charges!"

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