Boston, MA Tax Lawyer Offers Legal Representation for All Your Individual, Business, and International Tax Needs

A highly skilled tax attorney, a former prosecutor, and a Fellow in the Society of Actuaries, Tom works hard to resolve your immediate and long-term tax issues. Whether you’re running a business, raising a family, or exploring the world Tom offers top quality legal representation with a small firm’s personal touch.

Services offered include:

  • Litigation (Civil and Criminal)
    • Federal courts, including the U.S. Tax Court
    • Massachusetts courts
    • IRS and the Massachusetts Department of Revenue
  • Audit defense (federal and state)
  • Collections Defense (federal and state)
  • Refund denial claims
  • International tax and related reporting requirements
  • Expatriate tax services
  • Tax planning for businesses and individuals
  • Tax return preparation

Take the first step now: Protect yourself and all you've achieved

Tom is a consummate professional, with a keen business and legal sense. What sets Tom apart, however, is his ability to spend time with his clients explaining the process and options.
Luz Arevalo
Senior Attorney, Greater Boston Legal Services
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