Rick Leone, P.A. - Tax Attorney
A Board Certified Tax Attorney "Going to Bat" for the American Taxpayer

 

 

 

 

 

Frequently Asked questions (faq's)

 

Q:  What do tax attorneys like Rick Leone do?

A:  Tax attorneys represent clients during audits and the appeals of audit results; provide guidance during the structuring of taxable transactions so as to minimize the taxes resulting from those transactions, and help taxpayers find solutions for the payment of back taxes.  If you have been notified that your tax returns will be audited; are planning a transaction, or are being pursued by the IRS for the collection of past tax liabilities, then you should consider using a tax attorney to help resolve your problem.



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  Is there someone available to speak with about my tax issue?

A:  Yes!  Just call (407) 614-3504.  Our office hours are Monday through Friday from 9AM - 5PM EST.  If you need assistance during our non-business hours, feel free to email us at info@rickleonetaxattorney.com and we will contact you as soon as possible!



Q:  If I have a problem that involves the collection of back taxes, then how long will it take for my tax issue to be resolved?

A:  Due to the various circumstances surrounding each case, resolution can take from one week to six months.  We will work with you to develop the best possible tax debt relief solution. 



Q:  What factors should I consider when retaining a attorney to handle a tax matter?

A:  When deciding on which attorney to use, make sure you take into account the following factors:

  1.  How many years of experience does the attorney have?  Does he primarily practice tax law?

Rick Leone has over 25 years of experience as a tax attorney.  Additionally, he is Board Certified, which means that the Florida Bar has identified him as a specialist in the tax law area. 
          
Large law firms practice in numerous areas of law, which means that they may not have as much knowledge or experience in the specific area of tax law.  With all the confusion surrounding taxes and the IRS, it's important to have a tax lawyer who knows the "ins and outs" of the IRS.  Rick Leone previously worked as an IRS agent, and now he's on your side.


   2.  Will the attorney remain in contact with you?

With large law firms, it is easy for clients to get lost in the shuffle.  One of the most common complaints we have heard is that other attorneys will not return their clients' telephone calls.  We are proud to say that we offer personalized attention to each and every client.  Rick is even known for giving out his personal cell phone number so that he can be reached when his clients need him most. 

  3.  How much will the attorney charge for handling your case?

Each situation is different, and, therefore, it is not possible to give you specific pricing information without more knowledge about the specifics of your case.  However, if you accept Rick Leone as your lawyer, you will both sign a retainer agreement that explains each party's responsibilities and outlines the fees for representation.  If it turns out that something unusual may cause your fee to be higher than expected, Rick will contact you immediately to discuss. 


If you need assistance with your tax issues, call us today!

(407) 614-3504

 

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