Tax law is a highly complex legal field that covers laws, rules and policies relating to tax processes. The application and amendment of the tax code contributes to the complexity of this domain.
Tax law basics
In America, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is responsible for administering the Federal tax law. The IRS is guided by the tax code. However, the IRS is not the only entity that enforces the tax law and collects from individuals as well as organizations. States and local government entities also collect tax revenues. Taxation is implemented in wide-ranging forms, including levies, duties on imports and more.
Four levels of government enforce tax law directly or indirectly. Direct taxes are remitted to government agencies. The taxes are typically imposed on various transactions or economic activity, such as personal income, ownership or purchase of real property and more.
Indirect taxes are levied on a wide variety of services and products consumed by both businesses and individuals. These taxes are typically remitted through an intermediary (merchant).
Tax law for states like Idaho and various local government entities is stipulated in statements, administrative codes, regulations, procedures and code sections imposed by court decisions and the relevant authorities. The United States Tax Court handles any disputes regarding tax law. Appeals to decisions handed by the court can be lodged with the Federal District Court of Appeals. The cases can be forwarded to the United States Supreme Court for final review.
Hiring a tax attorney allows you to enjoy legal representation in cases involving tax disputes. The professionals provide much-needed assistance at different stages of the legal wrangle. From handling IRS administrative appeals to final reviews at the Supreme Court, you can count on tax lawyers to help you navigate this complex domain.
Probate Legal Services
Probate legal procedures cover processes involving the administering of inheritance cases. Attorneys help with resolution of disputes when it comes to claims against the estate of the deceased. They facilitate the distribution of the estate based on relevant laws. Testamentary probate proceedings are generally easier to handle because they involve a will. Meanwhile, intestate cases lack this aspect.