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Castro Valley Tax Law & Planning Lawyers

Tailored Solutions for Tax Compliance and Strategy in Alameda County

We all know that taxes can be complicated, especially if you have an extensive real estate portfolio, make substantial financial moves, or own a business. To make matters worse, an error on your taxes can lead to extensive and unnecessary liability and even criminal charges.

At Randick O’Dea Tooliatos Vermont & Sargent, we regularly help individuals and corporations with various tax-related matters, from tax planning and litigation to defending against criminal allegations. Although facing tax issues or disputes involving you or your business can be stressful, we can help you make a comprehensive legal strategy to avoid tax controversies that can cause you to lose substantial funds or be investigated by the IRS.

Call Randick O’Dea Tooliatos Vermont & Sargent today at (510) 344-2599 or contact us online to schedule a meeting with our tax law & planning attorney in Castro Valley!

Tax Law Services We Offer

Our seasoned and reliable tax attorneys can help with various tax-related issues, from planning for the future to defending against alleged errors on past returns. It is always better to have a tax attorney assist with tax planning rather than deal with these issues retroactively. However, if you are facing a tax controversy or dispute, our firm can help defend you during an audit, civil tax, or criminal litigation. Reach out to our legal team today if you need guidance regarding any of the following types of tax matters:

  • Individual income tax planning, including complex individual tax returns
  • Business tax planning for partnerships, LLCs, and corporations
  • Tax audits and criminal tax defense
  • Trust income and estate and gift tax returns
  • Business formation and structure planning
  • Transaction advice and strategy
  • Executive compensation
  • Tax-exempt organizations
  • Generation-skipping tax

Navigating IRS Audits & Litigation

Having personal or corporate taxes audited by the IRS is never enjoyable. Sometimes, an audit cannot be resolved at the administrative level, and the case is escalated to a federal tax court or district court. Filing a petition with the right court can sometimes help reach an appropriate settlement with the IRS. If the IRS accuses you of tax fraud or other misconduct, you need a highly experienced tax litigation lawyer throughout your case.

Contact Our Castro Valley Tax Law & Planning Attorneys Today

If you are facing any type of tax controversy or need advice about tax planning, please don’t hesitate to contact our legal team at Randick O’Dea Tooliatos Vermont & Sargent to learn more about our comprehensive legal services. We regularly handle complex tax cases on behalf of individuals, families, and business owners throughout Alameda County, and we will gladly take the time to listen to your concerns regarding complicated tax matters.

Contact Randick O’Dea Tooliatos Vermont & Sargent today to schedule a meeting with our tax law & planning lawyer in Castro Valley!


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