As tax attorneys, we serve clients in California whose complicated tax cases require zealous advocacy against the IRS.

Receiving a Notice of Deficiency

When you receive a notice of deficiency indicating you have proposed tax liabilities or notice of determination, you should meet with a tax lawyer to discuss important deadlines and what your rights are as a taxpayer.

If you have received a notice of deficiency, you will want to go over next steps, whether you should file a petition in tax court, and what your other options are with an attorney.

Possible Matters that Require Litigation

Mendes Weed, LLP litigates complex tax cases including:

Protect Your Future, Assets, and Livelihood. Hire a Professional Tax Attorney

Mendes Weed, LLP represents taxpayers in IRS and State audits, appeals and in Tax Court. If you have any questions about your tax matter or want to consult with a tax lawyer to provide you with some options, we encourage you to contact the firm.

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Contact us to find out how we may be able to help you resolve a complex tax case that needs to be litigated in court.

Disclaimer: The tips and materials provided on this page are for informational purposes only, offered as public service. No information on this website should be considered legal advice or used as a substitute for legal advice. For legal advice, you should contact an attorney directly.

Christina Weed  CBLS Tax Law


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FAX: 925.301.8667


Mendes Weed, LLP offices are located in Walnut Creek and our skilled attorneys provide family, tax, business and trust law assistance for clients. For your convenience, we also have attorneys' offices in San Francisco and Sacramento by appointment only.

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