Tax Disputes occur when the ATO claims that a taxpayer has violated tax law. If you have recently received a notice from the ATO, our tax lawyers can assist you.

The best way to deal with tax disputes is to understand the laws that govern the ATO, and the individual rights you have as a taxpayer. Our specialised lawyers know the ins and outs of tax law and can provide you with reliable advice.

Tax disputes can occur over several areas of tax law including income tax, goods and services tax, capital gains tax, and more. Our experts can help manage tax disputes every step of the way. From the early stages of your dispute through voluntary disclosure and mediation, negotiating and responding to ATO on your behalf, and all the way to representing you in court.

Receiving a notice from the ATO for a tax violation is often incredibly alarming and disputing or appealing these claims can feel like an intimidating process. Instead of going through it alone, speaking to a specialised lawyer can help to provide you with the best outcome possible.

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