Based in Tampa Bay and Central Florida, but Serving Taxpayers Nationwide!
Non-law firms cannot offer all the options a law firm can!
Beware a representative who makes a recommendation without first conducting a complete and thorough review of the facts of your case. Would you trust a doctor who made a diagnosis without first taking x-rays, doing blood work, or otherwise finding out what’s wrong with you? Many representative provide a “one-solution-fits-all” approach to tax problem work. If they aren’t lawyers, that may be because that’s the only solution they are allowed to offer. That’s why we always start with a Game Plan consultation – to give you all your options. Trust your gut. Whom do you feel most comfortable hiring?
With us, you speak with a very experienced attorney, not a salesman, who will answer your questions and design your personal game plan based on the attorneys’ years of experience.
We are located in St. Pete, but often meet clients in Orlando (and a few other places); but we have had clients as far away as Hawaii, Los Angeles, Maine, NYC, TN & others.
We have an active bankruptcy practice and many times bankruptcy is a much better solution than an Offer in Compromise – ask us why!
Many firms quote fictitious people like “J. Smith of Chicago says…”; we don’t. We have actual past clients as references (click here) that you are free to email or call.
See if the representatives have their photos and resumes posted right on their web site, like we do.
A salesman wants to make a sale; we focus on giving you the right answer, whether we make money or not – it’s just the right thing to do.
We have heard of many situations where the Offer being made is doomed to fail, but because IRS often takes 9 months to give its response, unscrupulous representatives allow payments to be made over 8-9 months, knowing full well that by the time IRS rejects the OIC, the fees will have been collected.
Mr. Heinkel has been a nationally-recognized tax problem lawyer for more than thirty (30) years, and has personally trained and supervised his staff.
Yes, Bankruptcy Taxes can be Discharged in Bankruptcy – Ask Us How!
These are former clients that have given their permission to be used as a reference.