Audits and other tax-related issues can have serious ramifications for both individuals and corporations.
W. Scott Green and the attorneys at Patten, Peterman, Bekkedahl & Green in Billings, MT, can protect you in matters of tax law.
So, why should you hire a tax attorney?
Our Attorneys Can Protect Your Assets
Prevent Tax-Related Issues
Whether you are worried about future estate taxes, are in the process of starting a business, or conduct international business, you will likely encounter tax-related questions and concerns. Mr. Green can advise you on and protect you against taxation issues.
Resolve Tax Controversy
Mr. Green will work to resolve your tax controversy involving the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) or another entity as quickly as possible. You have worked hard for what you have and he will go the extra mile to make the process of dealing with your tax issues as stress-free as possible.
Our tax attorneys can help you maximize the success of your business and protect your assets with strategies that comply with state and federal laws. In many cases, it is worth hiring a lawyer in these matters, no matter how small the issue, because of the larger cost that might be incurred.
Scott Green has 35 years in Tax Court Litigation experience and was a former IRS attorney. In addition, the law firm of Patten, Peterman, Bekkedahl & Green in Billings, Montana, has earned a Martindale-Hubbell® Preeminent Rating, helping us maintain our reputation for providing excellent legal services to clients.
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The Cost of Hiring a Tax Lawyer
Scott Green charges $320 per hour for his legal services. To learn more about how he can assist you, we invite you to schedule a meeting our Billings, MT, practice.
Meeting with a lawyer that is an expert in tax law can save you from overpaying in taxes and prevent future disputes with the IRS.