Aggressive, Experienced Tax Representation
Hollywood Florida Tax Law Attorney
Florida DOR and Nationwide IRS Representation
With over 30 years of experience and a Masters Degree in Tax Law (LL.M. in Taxation), South Florida tax attorney Ira Zuckerman is called upon by individuals and businesses across the country to resolve IRS tax issues. Mr. Zuckerman also handles Florida Department of Revenue matters and provides clients with sound tax advice.
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We have a section that discusses avoiding IRS problems for those who want to limit their exposure to tax liability.
We have over three decades of experience representing everyone from individuals to large corporate clients with tax law issues. We are also AV rated* in Martindale-Hubbell. For those who would like to learn more about our qualifications and some of the many benefits our clients receive when they retain our services, please visit our Firm Overview page.
We represent clients who have federal IRS issues, Florida DOR issues, and international tax law issues, as well as clients in need of other tax-related legal services, such as estate planning. For a more comprehensive overview of our practice, please visit our Tax Representation page.
For questions concerning federal, Florida state, or international tax law, or to discuss your tax issue with an experienced, professional tax lawyer, please call us at 954-922-1975 (locally), or fill out our intake form on our Contact Us page for a free confidential consultation and case evaluation.
When the government, with its unlimited resources, is taking legal action against you, contact an experienced tax attorney to represent you. Call us today.
Zuckerman & Mata, L.L.C.
National IRS and Florida DOR Tax Lawyer
Estate Planning Attorney
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