Hiring a Tax Attorney in Austin
The Lawyer Referral Service (LRS) has a network of tax attorneys in the Austin, Texas area for all types of issues related to personal, state, and federal tax law. We have a thorough screening process that enables us to ensure you get the best possible legal assistance for your tax matter.
When Do You Need a Tax Attorney?
If you have questions about unpaid taxes or you or your business is being audited, it may be time to talk to a lawyer. Tax attorneys provide valuable insights into the laws concerning individual and business taxation, including tax planning, audits, and legal representation. If you are under investigation for a tax-related issue, call us BEFORE you speak to an IRS investigator.
You may need a tax attorney for the following tax issues:
- Internal Revenue Service (IRS) tax problems
- Representation during audits
- Help with garnished wages
- Protesting and negotiating tax disputes
- State and local taxing
- Local and commercial property tax
- State sales tax
How Does our Tax Attorney Service Work?
When you contact LRS, our friendly intake staff will listen to your perspective and ask questions to get a clear understanding of your tax issue. We will then explain potential legal costs and determine if we may help with a tax lawyer referral or share local community resources that may be able to assist.
The first consultation with an attorney is free of charge for up to 30 minutes. The consultation may be subject to additional fees if it goes beyond 30 minutes. If you need more than one referral to find the right lawyer, we can help with that.
Let Us Discuss Your Issue
Finding a reputable tax attorney in or around Austin, Texas can be challenging, so let us guide you through the process. Use our contact form or simply call (512) 472-8303 or (866) 303-8303 (toll free) for assistance.
Areas We Serve
We serve Austin and the surrounding areas including Bastrop, Buda, Cedar Creek, Cedar Park, Elgin, Georgetown, Kyle, Lago Vista, Lakeway, Leander, Manor, Pflugerville, Round Rock, and San Marcos.