IRS Summons for Federal Court
You may receive an IRS summons when the IRS does not receive information as requested. The IRS can issue a summons for records and have the US Attorney enforce its summons with a rule to show cause before a Federal Magistrate.
When the IRS issues a summons you can submit the paperwork requested, refuse, or go to court to present your reasons for not disclosing financial information. This could be related to privacy, confidentiality, or other reasons. You should secure legal representation regarding an IRS summons.
Federal Court Representation
The IRS summons can require you to appear in federal court and submit financial books, records, data, and other documents related to your federal taxes.
Contact Joseph Arndt to discuss legal representation regarding IRS summons in Federal Court for tax-related issues.