1. The Right of Attorney-Client Privilege
All communication with your attorney will remain confidential. Many people do not realize that there is no CPA-Client, or Accountant-Client privilege all communications with your accountant are subject to disclosure if your case proceeds to court.
2. Training & Skill in the Law
Lawyers have the training and skills necessary to analyze and understand the law. This training ensures that lawyers are also best able to help their clients understand the law, so that they can understand why suggested actions are taken.
3. Communicate & Advocate with Taxing Agencies
Lawyers are trained at advocating for their clients and they are the best position to communicate with the IRS, Franchise Tax Board or other taxing agencies, where communication is vital in helping move your case forward.
With their in-depth training of the law, their ability to advocate for clients and the right of Attorney-Client Privilege, it’s no wonder that sometimes the best solution is to seek advice and help from a Taw Lawyer. If you have tax related questions, contact Christina Weed today, to help bring a resolution to your tax matters.
California Tax Law Specialist
Partner Christina Weed has years of experience helping businesses and individuals with their complex California tax litigation issues. She is a licensed attorney with an LL.M. in Taxation from the University of San Diego and a Bachelor’s Degree in Accountancy. She serves as Chair of the Tax Section of the Contra Costa County Bar Association and is also a member of the Estate Planning Council Diablo Valley and the Tri-Valley Estate Planning Council.
In 2018, Christina became one of the first lawyers to argue a case in front of California’s Office of Tax Appeals.
Christina has been designated a Certified Specialist in Taxation by the State Bar of California.