Tax Controversy & Litigation Attorneys in the San Joaquin Valley
Handling Complex Tax Matters in Bakersfield, Fresno, San Diego, & Santa Barbara
KDG is proud to offer the only integrated tax controversy/tax litigation team in Central California. We bring the resources of a major firm to bear, recognizing the fact that each tax controversy problem presents interrelated issues. From day one, our attorneys anticipate every issue that may arise from tax disputes with the government, including civil deficiencies and penalties, criminal prosecution, and licensure implications for professionals. We handle controversies at every level, from audit through appeals, and if necessary, litigation in state and federal courts.
Supported by a large transactional tax practice and one of Central California's premier litigation groups, Klein DeNatale Goldner has the resources to handle any size of tax controversy, providing credible, sophisticated, and confidential resolution to the most sensitive tax matters.
To request a confidential consultation with our Klein DeNatale Goldner tax litigation attorneys, contact us online or call (661) 485-2100.
KDG also offers tax counseling to corporations, businesses, partnerships, and individuals in a variety of fields. Our clients attain the benefits of an ongoing relationship that fosters solutions, whether planning business or personal tax strategy or analyzing the tax implications of corporate transactions. In addition, we offer experienced counsel to individuals in estate planning, probate, and trust administration, as well as pension and profit-sharing plan design.
Kevin C. Findley is the leader of our tax controversy practice group. The team of San Joaquin Valley tax controversy lawyers he heads is dedicated to providing quality representation and responsive client service.
Which Courts May Litigation Dealing With Tax Matters Begin?
Income tax litigation begins in one of three trial courts:
- U.S. Tax Court; only hears only federal tax cases
- U.S. District Courts; are the only tax trial court where a jury trial can be requested by a taxpayer
- U.S. Court of Federal Claims; taxpayers must pay the disputed amount prior to litigation
Get started on your case today by contacting us. From our offices in Bakersfield, Fresno, San Diego, and Santa Barbara, we look forward to assisting with your tax matters.