TAX ATTORNEY & CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT GLEN FROST IS DEDICATED TO HELPING CLIENTS THROUGHOUT THE STATE OF FLORIDA SOLVE THEIR LEGAL TAX PROBLEMS
Florida Tax Attorney Glen Frost
Florida tax law attorney Glen Frost has extensive experience working as a lawyer, a certified public accountant and Certified Financial Planner®. He and his team of professionals understand the complicated procedural and substantive rules that come into play during tax cases.
If you, your family or your business is under investigation by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), has been audited by the IRS, or is dealing with any type of tax litigation issue, the legal team at the law firm of Frost & Associates is prepared to go to work for you.
Every Tax Problem Has a Solution
Our South Florida tax professionals handle complicated cases across a wide variety of practice areas, including matters involving IRS tax litigation, as well as IRS audits and appeals. We also handle criminal tax matters, and can help you resolve international tax issues in addition to any Florida state tax issues you may have run into. Our founder, tax law attorney Glen Frost, represents clients throughout the state of Florida. In many cases, in-person meetings are not required. Communication by phone or the Internet is often sufficient and can help spare you travel expenses. We work hard to provide legal services in the manner that is most convenient for you.
Experienced Representation Tailored to Fit Your Needs
In addition to his extensive legal experience, Mr. Frost has also worked as an auditor and forensic accountant. This unique perspective enables him to come up with creative strategies, and solutions, to tax controversies at both state and federal levels. Tax problems can appear overwhelming. However, many problems can be solved with a well-developed plan of action, which are often handled at the discretion of the agent assigned to each individual case.
As someone who practices tax law exclusively, Mr. Frost understands the need to take aggressive action, when necessary, along with cultivating a strong relationship with the agent who has been assigned to your case. Balancing his people and legal skills helps Mr. Frost tailor an outcome that is designed to fit your needs while helping you avoid a personal catastrophe.
An Internal Revenue Service (IRS) audit and other tax disputes are never a welcome prospect for honest, hardworking individuals, families and businesses. When you are confronted with a tax controversy, the negotiation skills and steady guidance of an experienced Florida tax law attorney are essential.
Contact Our Miami IRS Audit Lawyers
If you have been audited by the IRS, or if you are involved any other type of tax controversy, you should get qualified legal help as soon as possible.
Contact our Florida tax law attorneys online or call 305-414-0494 to schedule an appointment to discuss your situation.
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