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Tax Law Is Not An Area To Navigate On Your Own. Let Us Help.

Tax law is complex. Mistakes can be costly. The IRS is a government agency with the power to drastically affect your life if you fall behind on what it believes you owe. From wage garnishment to audits, the IRS has numerous legal options at its disposal when going after perceived unpaid tax.

Get The Knowledge You Need

At Newbry Law Office, we leverage our extensive knowledge of tax law to prepare and review returns, guide clients through an audit and provide vigorous defense in a tax controversy.

Laura Baier (Master of Laws in taxation, University of Washington) has extensive knowledge of the tax code. One of only a few tax lawyers in the area with an LL.M. in tax law, she can help you avoid an IRS dispute and minimize the chances for an audit.

Our capabilities also include representation in:

  • All forms of IRS tax examinations
  • IRS collection matters, including settlements and offers in compromise
  • Relief from liens, garnishments and other forms of collection
  • Business and corporate tax matters
  • Tax relief, including innocent spouse relief
  • Tax planning in a wide array of legal matters, including divorce and child custody

A Trial Law Firm Unafraid To Stand Up For Your Rights

Should a dispute arise, Newbry Law Office is a trial firm with a record of success in the courtroom. Whether you need representation in an audit, at tax court or in federal court, our lawyers are as comfortable and skilled in the courtroom as they are knowledgeable about tax law.

Our attorneys will not back down in a tax dispute with the IRS. We will aggressively pursue justice and stand up for the rights of our clients.

Call 360-244-4205 or text 360-329-7530 to discuss your tax issue. We offer initial phone consultations and $50 in person consultations. You can also schedule your initial consultation at our Port Orchard office online.

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