Insight Law - Washington State Tax Attorneys Handling All IRS and WA Tax Matters.
Insight Law is a local tax law firm with 4 offices in the greater Seattle area. We handle all tax matters, including those related to Income, Employment, Property, B&O, and Estate and Gift taxes. We pride ourselves on providing the best service, value, and knowing our areas of law inside and out. Whether you have a tax problem or need estate planning or small business services, we can provide efficient, knowledgeable and compassionate representation.
QUALITY: At Insight Law, we provide top-notch representation from experienced attorneys in the Seattle Area.
VALUE: At Insight Law, we use a value-added approach to maximize your results for the lowest possible cost by eliminating useless steps that only increase your costs.
KNOWLEDGE: At Insight Law, we handle only tax, estate planning, and business planning matters, and as a result, our attorneys focus their attention on learning every aspect of these complex areas of law.
AREAS OF LAW
TAX. Have you recently been contacted by the IRS or the State of Washington? You need an experienced local tax attorney, and not a national chain of enrolled agents and CPAs that charge a lot and provide little in return. At Insight Law, we help our individual and business clients efficiently resolve tax disputes and minimize tax liability.
Our attorneys are experienced in every facet of tax. If you are facing an audit, Notice of Deficiency, litigation, lien, levy, or garnishment, and you need a dedicated tax attorney to represent you before the IRS, or you need representation in a tax matter against the State of Washington, let Insight Law be that representative.
If you already have an outstanding Washington State or IRS Tax Debt, and are already subject to a lien, levy, or wage garnishment, we can help immediately. Our attorneys will use a comprehensive, strategic approach to minimize your liability and achieve the best possible outcome. Insight Law can help provide immediate relief by stopping liens, levies, and garnishments, and working with you to reach a more permanent solution to your tax liability.
Contact Insight Law to arrange a free consultation, and if we don't think we can provide a viable solution to your tax problem, you will owe us nothing.
ESTATE PLANNING AND BUSINESS PLANNING. Do you need new estate planning documents, wills or trust review, small business planning, or advice on probate and executor responsibilities? You need an experienced local attorney, not a service that provides boilerplate wills, trusts and business plans. We provide customized estate and business planning services based on your situation, goals and concerns.
At Insight Law, we deliver top notch business tax and estate planning services by attorneys with experience in financial planning and business. Contact Insight Law for a consultation about your estate or business planning options.
LOCATIONS. With offices in Bellevue, Burien, Everett, and our main office in downtown Seattle, you will find us to be conveniently located.
Washington State Bar Association, Tax Section
King County Bar Association
Pierce County Bar Association
Snohomish County Bar Association
76 Tax Controversy Cases
15111 8th Ave SW Suite 302
Burien, WA 98166
800 Bellevue Way NE Suite 400
Bellevue, WA. 98004
6320 Evergreen Way Suite 214
Everett, WA 98203
$150-$250 per hour
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