TEXAS713.936.9620 COLORADO720.863.4012
We Don't Just Want To Be Your Law Firm We Want to Be YOUR ONLY Firm

IRS & Tax-Related Disputes Attorneys

Legal Representation Tailored for You

Are you worried about getting involved in a complicated dispute with the IRS over a tax matter? Dealing with administrative audits, appeals, post-appeals mediation, foreign asset disclosures, and litigation all can be stressful and confusing if you don’t have a seasoned tax attorney on your side to guide you through the entire process.

At Kearney, McWilliams & Davis, PLLC, we understand the importance of resolving legal disputes with the IRS that involve substantial sums of money, which is why we are here to represent you and defend your interests.

Services Our Law Firm Provides

Call our law firm today to speak to a legal professional about what we can do to help with any of the following tax disputes:

  • CP 2000: Notice of Underreported Income
  • CP77: Notice of Intent to Levy and Right to Collection Due Process Hearing
  • CP 90 & CP 297: Final Notice - Notice of Intent to Levy and Notice of Your Right to a Hearing
  • CP 501: Balance Due Reminder Notice
  • CP 504: Urgent Notice - Balance Due
  • LT 11: Notice to Seize Property or Levy
  • LT 73: Employment Tax Notice of Intent to Levy
  • LT 75: Second Notice of Intent to Levy
  • Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program (OVDP)

Get Started On Your Case Today

Stop by our law firm in Houston so we can get to work on your custom legal strategy. Our lawyers will take an effective approach to negotiate a fair settlement on your behalf, and we will work hard to achieve all of your case goals.

Contact us online to request your case consultation with one of our attorneys to discuss your IRS dispute.

Our Blog

Recent Posts
  • Joint Operating Agreements: Providing Assurance in Uncertain Times

    Author: Melinda Frazier Contributing Editor: Ashley Glassman Springtime in the Rocky Mountain Region generally signals the commencement of an increase ...

    Continue Reading
  • Project Permitting under Senate Bill 19-181 in a Nutshell

    Author: Lauren Thompson Senate Bill 19-181 requires three rulemakings to be undertaken by the COGCC, as well as revising rules to comply with ...

    Continue Reading
  • Interest Owner and Producer’s Rights Under Texas’ First Purchaser Statute

    Author: Robert Mongole Contributing editor: Joshua Cochran We are in the midst of historically low oil prices in Texas. In late April, the West Texas ...

    Continue Reading