There are few aspects of our daily lives that are not affected in some way by tax laws.
Whether involving income, sales of personal and real property, gifts, or estates, our system of taxation has a far-reaching impact. We know how confusing and overwhelming the tax code can be, and pride ourselves on helping you understand your options in plain language. No matter how complex, or simple, your problem is we aim to get tax issues resolved quickly and correctly.
A tax lawyer from Dagger Law can assist clients with effectively planning to minimize both individual and business income taxes, as well as estate and gift taxes.
Assistance can also be provided, by an experienced tax lawyer, to help guide you through the preparation of your tax returns and other compliance-oriented matters. In addition, tax lawyers represent their clients in disputes involving the IRS and other federal, state, and local taxing authorities. We can help identify any issues, assist in becoming compliant with tax filings, and assist with negotiating any settlement arrangements to help minimize impact to your life.
R. Mark Bibler has experience as a Certified Public Accountant (inactive), and focuses his time as Dagger Law’s primary tax lawyer. In his practice he serves as a trusted resource on tax matters at the firm, whether they are personal or corporate in nature. His past work experience includes employment in the tax department of one of the world’s largest accounting firms.
Our experienced tax lawyers can answer your questions about common taxation concerns, such as:
• What should I do if I receive a letter from the IRS or the Ohio Department of Taxation?
• Do trusts and estates have to file income tax returns?
• How do I know if a proposed tax assessment is correct?
• When do I need to file a gift tax return?
• When do I need to file an estate tax return?
• Will I owe estate taxes on the death of my spouse?
• Will I owe estate taxes on the death of my parent?
• How much are estate taxes?
• What are the tax effects when I sell a business, real estate or other property?
• I am approaching retirement age – what are the taxes on my retirement account distributions?
Will a tax lawyer travel to me, or do I need to come to your offices in Lancaster or Canal Winchester?
While some meetings will need to be held in our offices, we do try to minimize your travel time by offering two convenient locations in both Lancaster and Canal Winchester, Ohio. It is our goal to minimize the disruption to your life caused by tax issues, and many communications or meetings can be conducted through emails or phone calls. In certain circumstances we realize that it isn’t possible for clients to reach us, and visits to your location may be required. If a Dagger Law attorney is retained to represent you, they will travel to the necessary audits, court hearings, and legal procedures in order to represent you; even if that court is across the state! Please note that in some instances the cost to represent your case may require an unusual amount of money due to travel expenses. In such cases, we may recommend using legal representation closer to the location of your case. We are happy to provide referrals in these instances, if we are able.
Whether you reside in Columbus, or near Lancaster, we have you covered. Check out the nearest location to you by clicking Our Locations Page