CIVIL & CRIMINAL TAX CONTROVERSIES
Kulzer & DiPadova, P.A. has successfully represented clients in substantial civil criminal tax controversies before the Internal Revenue Service, the United States Tax Court, the Federal District Court and Courts of Appeals for the Third Circuit.
Administrative Tax Appeals
Kulzer & DiPadova has successfully represented clients in substantial civil criminal Administrative Tax Appeals and tax controversies before the Internal Revenue Service, the United States Tax Court, the federal district court and Courts of Appeals for the Third Circuit.
We have also effectively represented taxpayer before the New Jersey Division of Taxation, the New Jersey Tax Court and the taxing authorities of other states.
Criminal Tax Defense
We specialize in Criminal Tax Defense and represent taxpayers who are subject to criminal investigation for tax, money laundering and currency crime violations or who are involved in difficult civil tax examinations with criminal tax risk.
Criminal tax convictions can result not just in substantial prison sentences, but also fines, civil taxes and penalties. The criminal tax conviction rate is one of the highest in federal law enforcement. We strive to cause criminal investigations to be closed without prosecution.
Criminal Tax Defense Before the IRS
We practice before the Criminal Investigation Division of the IRS, the U.S. Department of Justice, the New Jersey Division of Taxation Office of Criminal Investigation and the New Jersey Division of Criminal Justice.
Significant tax issues can impact the after-tax amount of the recovery realized by the plaintiff in many types of litigation. Tax issues may also have an effect on the true cost to a defendant of a settlement or judgment award.
From the initial stages of litigation through settlement or judgment, we can assist litigation counsel with planning techniques to optimize the Tax Controversies results for plaintiffs and defendants.
Litigation Support and Peace of Mind
We can review the tax aspects of personal physical injury recoveries, other personal injury recoveries, employment-related claims, and various business claims arising out of breaches of contracts and covenants not to compete, securities fraud and derivative suits. We also examine the proper tax treatment of litigation related costs and expenses.