At Zadvinskis Law, our attorneys have more than three decades of experience successfully representing individuals and businesses in local, state and federal tax disputes. We are also here to help you set up or update your estate plan.
Estate Planning And Tax Resolutions For Clients In The Grand Rapids Metropolitan Area And Kent County
Our Firm’s Practice Areas
We protect the rights of individuals throughout the audit process, whether you have just been notified of an impending audit or are in the middle of an audit. We will carefully review the facts and evidence, and work directly with IRS agents to minimize the consequences of an audit.
We work closely with people who face a lien on real or personal property, or the levy of wages or bank accounts. We will work to help you keep all your property and avoid the seizure of bank accounts.
Honest And Practical Answers For Your Tax Matters
Our attorneys understand how frustrating it can be to try resolving difficult tax matters on your own. We make certain you have realistic expectations while working hard to minimize the anxiety and burdensome stress of an IRS audit, liens, levies or unpaid business and payroll taxes. We recognize that every tax issue and personal matter is unique. We make the time to learn the details of your situation so that we can tailor the right solution to protect your best interests. We will always treat you as an individual, never as a file.
Estate Planning Is More Important Than Ever
No matter your age, establishing or updating your estate plan can be vital to your peace of mind. Sometimes, people mistakenly think that estate planning is just for old folks sitting in a huge mansion on a large ranch. The truth of the matter is that your estate planning documents – such as a power of attorney and advance health care directive – will help to ensure your financial matters are taken care of and your wishes for end-of-life medical treatment are followed in the event that you suddenly become unable to speak for yourself while you are alive. Your will ensures your assets are distributed according to your preference and not dictated by Michigan’s intestate laws when you die. If you have young children, your estate plan can make provisions for their financial stability and express your choice for nominating a guardian for their care and upbringing.
At Zadvinskis Law, we understand it may be difficult to have conversations to prepare for dire circumstances, but not having the conversation often leads to family disputes and costly court battles. Let our experienced and caring attorneys help you.