Protection Against Charges Of Tax Fraud

Criminal tax fraud is a serious offense that can result in a lengthy prison sentence, huge fines and restitution. Such charges are usually the result of an extensive investigation that may have taken years to complete. As such, prosecutors rarely bring a case to trial unless they are certain they can win.

Accordingly, you need an experienced tax fraud lawyer who understands the federal tax fraud laws and can get up to speed quickly on your case. The attorneys at Conaway & Strickler P.C. have the skills and resources necessary to take on the federal government in these complicated cases. We work with skilled investigators and forensic accountants to build a strong defense against these charges. In addition, we can help protect your assets from seizure. With offices in Atlanta we serve clients throughout the U.S. and have developed a record of successful results.

Cases Often Fail To Play Out As Defendants Think They Will

Most people who are arrested for tax fraud know beforehand that they are under investigation. The IRS may begin freezing your bank accounts and seizing your assets, putting you, your business and your family in a vulnerable position.

Even so, many believe that they are innocent of the charges and do not contact an attorney until they find themselves charged. The results can be dire. Do not let this happen to you. At your first suspicion that you are being investigated by the IRS, call our office to begin building your defense and protecting your assets.

Here To Help When You Most Need It

Don't try to fight the case by yourself. In many cases, the target of an IRS criminal tax fraud investigation makes matters worse by trying to "talk their way out of it" or by taking action that leads to further charges of tax fraud or tax evasion.

If you have been charged or are under investigation by the IRS for criminal tax fraud, we can help by providing sound legal counsel. Call us today at 404-445-6486. You can also reach us online. Initial consultations are free, allowing us to assess your case before you're obliged to retain us.