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AREAS OF PRACTICE
AREAS OF PRACTICE
The Colorado Attorneys at the Politte Law Offices provide legal services for tax, business, and estate planning. Our experienced attorneys have experience fighting both the IRS and local authorities to help clients lower or resolve their tax burdens. In addition, we help families plan for their future with detailed estate planning documents, such as trusts.
You can see our practice areas list to the left on every page. Here is some more detail about our practice areas:
Our Legal Philosophy
The Colorado Tax Attorneys at Politte Law believe in high levels of individualized service, advice, and attention make the difference in legal representation. When you hire a tax lawyer from Politte Law, you are not just hiring a skilled attorney, you are hiring someone who will be with you every step of the way during your legal tax issues. We truly care about what we do and will make sure that our representation is unique to your needs and concerns.
Proven Results With Politte Law Offices
We have successfully fought off the IRS and state authorities for our clients. We are proud of the results we have achieved for our clients. You can read about more of our success stories here, but some include:
How to Hire our Colorado Tax Attorneys
The tax lawyers at Politte Law Offices are currently accepting new clients with both state and federal tax concerns, legal business needs, and estate planning needs. You can call us at 303-261-8044 or fill out a form on our website. One of our experienced, aggressive tax attorneys will get back to you to discuss your legal needs and set up a consultation.
When are Legal Settlements Taxable?
More often than not, the taxability of an award or legal settlement is not on the forefront of a person’s mind when they are a party to a dispute or a lawsuit. Yet the tax implications of an award or legal settlement are important and should not be ignored, or there may be issues down […]READ MORE
What if a Contractor or Vendor Refuses to Provide a W-9 for a 1099?
In our last blog, Filing a Form 1099, we discussed business’s 1099 filing requirements. Here, we will discuss what a business should do if a contractor, vendor, or other person will not provide the information necessary for the business to prepare and file a 1099. If a business (including sole proprietors) pays a contractor, vendor, […]READ MORE
Filing a Form 1099
You have a business, and your business paid an independent contractor, vendor, or other person for services, goods, or rent sometime during the year. Perhaps you paid an accountant to do your bookkeeping, or an attorney to advise you regarding a contract. Maybe you paid someone to do some overflow work for you for a few weeks […]READ MORE