The combination of her LL.M. in Taxation from the University of Florida and her experience in resolving IRS tax problems while representing clients in IRS audits and appeals has led Christy Lee to develop proactive tax planning in all her other practice areas.

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We are a full-service tax boutique, providing services to clients throughout the United States, with locations in Anchorage, Alaska, and Fort Worth, Texas. We provide assistance concerning all your legal tax needs, including IRS cases, business issues, estate planning, probate, and trust administration.

We focus on all things tax, including tax compliance and proactive financial strategies to minimize tax liability. From estate planning to estate administration, from an IRS audit to a business dispute, we help alleviate the potential for legal problems down the road. We deliver informed direction based on years of tax-related experience and in-depth knowledge of the intricacies of the Internal Revenue Code while we work toward favorable resolution for the tax needs of our clients, including individuals as well as business entities.

Our tax boutique emphasizes proactive financial measures to minimize client expense and to maximize the likelihood of positive outcomes.  That means that when you consult with us, our team of tax professionals provides you with sound advice based on the latest developments within the tax world.  We urge clients to consider the tax ramifications of every legal issue.  We also stress proactive approaches over the expense and uncertainty of litigation.  But when litigation is necessary, Law Offices of Christy Lee, P.C., operates with a wide range of tax professionals dedicated to achieving success for you. 

Clients benefit from our integrated financial services, which incorporate sound financial strategies with educated counsel, all grounded in an unwavering awareness of the rights of the taxpayer.  We listen carefully to your goals and concerns; then we construct a plan to aid you in accomplishing what you want to achieve. We keep you informed about all the possible consequences of your financial actions and choices.  We help mitigate the pitfalls accompanying risky decisions and business practices.  And we offer innovative, practical assistance for technical and often sensitive tax issues and related matters.

Regardless of the nature of your tax issues, a tax attorney at Law Offices of Christy Lee, P.C., can assist you with determining the best method to reduce your future tax liability, how to handle your current heavy tax liability, and assist with concerns about the impact of business formation.  We will work with you to arrive at effective approaches to resolve your issues in a favorable and cost-efficient manner.

News and Updates

A Belated Horrifying Halloween Tale, or... Basic Steps Involved in a Tax Audit - Sunday, November 03, 2013

Christy has written a new blog!

The blog is a tax audit horror story that provides the miscellaneous steps
to ensure a tax audit. Does the story have a happy ending? Read the blog to find out!

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Extending the Procrastination Game with Uncle Sam - Thursday, October 03, 2013

Toby has posted a new blog!

The blog discusses the fast approaching October 15th deadline to file individual income tax returns and tips on how to file on-time.

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Breaking News: The IRS is Currently Closed - Tuesday, October 01, 2013

Due to lapse in government appropriations, the IRS is currently closed.

However all the underlying tax laws remain in effect and all taxpayers should continue to meet their tax obligations. 

Dog Gone - and the Tax Issues Coming from the Travel - Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Toby has written a new blog today.

The blog discusses how to take tax deductible trips without creating cause for an IRS audit.

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Uncle Sam Values Himself: The Increase in Fees Related to Resolving Tax Debt - Tuesday, September 03, 2013

Christy posted a new blog today.

The blog discusses the fee increases the IRS is proposing for services regarding tax resolution.

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Uncle Sam's Hounds Are on Your Small Business's Trail - Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Toby the Tax Guide Dog posted a new blog today.

The blog discusses the IRS's Notification of Possible Income Underreporting, whose grounds are found in non-cash receipts.

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When Uncle Sam Steps into Muddy, Taxing Politics: The Bonus of Close Kinship - Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Christy posted a new blog today.

The blog discusses the generous bonuses some IRS employees received from Uncle Sam.

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Shaking Paws with Uncle Sam Post-Wedding - Tuesday, July 09, 2013

Toby posted a new blog today.

The blog discusses what you need to do when you find the pick of the litter.

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When Uncle Sam Steps into Muddy, Taxing Politics: A Matter of (Mis)Direction for the Country - Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Christy posted a new blog today.

This blog discusses how the IRS acknowledges that it had gone into the movie-making business at taxpayer expense. And the movies ultimately insulted the intelligence of every American who cared enough to sit through a screening of them in an effort to see where $60,000 of tax funds were going.

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Why You Don’t Always Have to Lick Your Wounds When Uncle Sam Sends You Mail - Friday, June 14, 2013

Toby posted a new blog today.

Toby is sitting in a corner whimpering and cowed because he got mail (letters and notices) from Uncle Sam.  Letters and notices from the IRS are typically two different types of communication. This blog discusses 8 tips to keep you from panicking when you receive correspondence from the IRS.

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When Uncle Sam Steps into Muddy, Taxing Politics: A Matter of Trust - Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Christy posted a new blog today.

This blog discusses the most recent IRS scandal came to light when it was broadcast that the IRS deliberately delayed the processing of applications for tax-exempt status from special-interest groups known to have agendas contrary to the current Administration.


Will I Be Sharing My (Social) Security Blanket with Uncle Sam? - Tuesday, May 07, 2013

Toby talks tax on his final blog concerning retirement.

This blog discusses taxation of social security benefits during retirement.

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Optimizing Uncle Sam’s Energy Plan: Tax Breaks for Property Improvements - Wednesday, April 24, 2013

New Blog posted today from Christy.

This blog discusses how to get tax breaks for energy-efficient improvements.  

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Getting Ready to Stop Fetching on Command. - Saturday, April 13, 2013

Toby posted a new blog today.

It is Toby's 8th installment in his retirement series. It specifically discusses early withdrawals of retirement funds. 

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Still Resting and Relaxing (Somewhat) with Uncle Sam - Wednesday, March 27, 2013

New Blog posted today from Christy, titled, "Still Resting and Relaxing (Somewhat) with Uncle Sam: The American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012."

This blog discusses how some of Bush's tax cuts are still positively (and now negatively) impacting how much of your income you can pocket in 2013. 

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IRS to Change Procedures for Release and Withdrawal of Tax Liens - Sunday, March 17, 2013

The IRS agrees that releases and withdrawals of lien notices have not always been processed timely or properly. IRS said it would make changes to the Internal Revenue Manual to provide for improved documentation and timely disposition of withdrawals. It will also make additional changes to elaborate on the manual lien release process. But most importantly, the IRS will consider the possibility of the programming change within the Automated Lien System.

When taxpayers neglect or refuse to pay their taxes, IRS can and usually does file notices of federal tax liens with local government offices to protect the federal government's right of priority against certain third parties, such as purchasers or creditors.

A federal tax lien can be filed for multiple tax periods containing an outstanding tax liability, but it must be released once a taxpayer meets certain conditions.

Sometimes a federal tax lien is withdrawn, particularly if it is filed in error. But in other cases, such as after a taxpayer files for bankruptcy, IRS must refile a tax lien to maintain its “priority position” established by the filing of the first lien.

The IRS acknowledges that withdrawal delays can cause unnecessary burdens on taxpayers while untimely releases could violate taxpayers' rights.

While refiles of the federal tax liens are usually properly processed and within the required time period, withdrawals have significantly increased and have not always properly or timely processed.

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