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Many people believe that estate planning is for the wealthy. This misconception may arise from the fact that the estate tax exemption is higher than what most people have in their estates. However, even though your estate may not be subject to an estate tax, estate planning is still crucial so that you have a peace of mind knowing your assets will end up how you’ve intended. With this in mind, estate planning is extremely important, as you want to make sure you have control as to how your property and assets are disbursed. Without the proper estate planning, your assets will be disbursed according to Missouri Intestate laws. There are many important decisions that have to be made when creating your estate plan. For instance, who you want as beneficiaries, who you want to be the trustee, how do you want to divide your assets? These are all important questions that one must think about when making decisions of how to disburse your asset, and the respective tax issues that may arise, such as gift and income tax. It is never too late to start putting together your estate plan. One should not procrastinate in putting together an estate plan because if you don’t have a plan your estate may not be divided how you intended.  One never knows what can happen, so it’s very important to get your affairs in order so you don’t have worry about your assets.  With this in mind, it is crucial to have an attorney that is knowledgeable and one that can help and guide you through this process to make sure your assets end up in the right hands.

The Law Offices of John M. Lynch, LLC., provides legal services all across the country for individuals that desire to start taking control of their assets and prepare an estate plan. Attorney Tania Aldaddah and her team have the knowledge, experience, and resources to effectively provide you with the advice and guidance on how to protect your assets when you are gone. Call us today (314) 726-9999 or take a look at our website at www.lynchlawonline.com.

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There has been an increase in prosecution of white collar offenses, including Embezzlement and Fraud in a litany of contexts, including Securities Fraud, Tax Fraud, Mortgage and Insurance Fraud and Medicare/Medicaid Fraud.  Such Federal Criminal Charges should not be taken lightly.  With many of these white collar crimes, comes with the potential of additional tax fraud charges.  If one did not put the correct amount of income on their tax returns during the commission of embezzling monies, this can and most likely will trigger an IRS investigation as well.  Thus with the IRS also involved, such white collar offenses are inherently more complex in nature,  involve serious criminal acts and then the possibility of serious  penalties- and all require a keen understanding of the Federal Sentencing Guidelines, applicable statute, as well as access to a host of legal resources all designed to protect your interests.  The federal criminal justice system is already daunting enough not to have a thorough understanding of the defined and rigid set of penalties for white collar and related offenses.  With all of the Government resources, a defendant automatically walks into this arena at a disadvantage.   With federal crimes, it’s important to have a legal team with the resources, experience and level of skill necessary to represent your interests.  Not doing so could mean your life.

The law typically favors the Government’s position, the evidence is usually extensive, and the resultant criminal charges, the organized result of months of planning.   That is why having the right representation is critical to the entire process in Federal Court.  If you want successful representation in federal court, the attorney you choose must be one that is familiar and practices in federal court on a regular basis. The Law Offices of John M. Lynch, LLC. is the prominent defense firm that handles cases in federal court nationwide.

The Law Offices of John M. Lynch, LLC have been notably successful in the federal arena, with the ability to negotiate favorable plea agreements, as well as taking cases to trial successfully with acquittals on all and partial counts. The Law Offices of John M. Lynch, LLC., provides legal services all across the country for individuals that have been charged with crimes in federal court. Attorney John M. Lynch and his defense team have the knowledge, experience, and resources to effectively defend one charged in federal court. Call us today (314) 726-9999 or take a look at our website at www.lynchlawonline.com.

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Many people believe that estate planning is for the wealthy. This misconception may arise from the fact that the estate tax exemption is higher than what most people have in their estates. However, even though your estate may not be subject to an estate tax, estate planning is still crucial so that you have a peace of mind knowing your assets will end up how you’ve intended. With this in mind, estate planning is extremely important, as you want to make sure you have control as to how your property and assets are disbursed. Without the proper estate planning, your assets will be disbursed according to Missouri Intestate laws. There are many important decisions that have to be made when creating your estate plan. For instance, who you want as beneficiaries, who you want to be the trustee, how do you want to divide your assets? These are all important questions that one must think about when making decisions of how to disburse your asset, and the respective tax issues that may arise, such as gift and income tax. It is never too late to start putting together your estate plan. It is crucial to have an attorney that is knowledgeable and one that can help and guide you through this process to make sure your assets end up in the right hands.

The Law Offices of John M. Lynch, LLC., provides legal services all across the country for individuals that desire to start taking control of their assets and prepare an estate plan. Attorney Tania Aldaddah and her team have the knowledge, experience, and resources to effectively provide you with the advice and guidance on how to protect your assets when you are gone. Call us today (314) 726-9999 or take a look at our website at www.lynchlawonline.com.

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Every April 15, individual income taxes are filed and reviewed by the Internal Revenue Service. The IRS will either agree with what you’ve filed on your 1040 tax return and issue a refund OR the IRS will not agree with the information provided on your filed tax return and send a notice to provide documentation to support your return or that you owe the Government money. If you receive a letter or a notice from the IRS, it should not be ignored. A phone call to the right attorney should be made. It is important to have the right attorney when dealing with tax controversy issues as the Internal Revenue Service is not an agency that should be taken lightly.  The IRS has an extensive amount of power and so there are certain ways one should approach the IRS.  For instance, if you receive a notice from the IRS for issues with your tax return, there are many serious consequences that can occur if you do not take any action.  Many do not realize that there are certain time periods to provide documents and deadlines that must be complied with. Therefore, it is crucial to have an attorney in your corner that knows the processes and procedures to eliminate or limit your tax liability.

The Law Offices of John M. Lynch, LLC., provides legal services all across the country for individuals that have tax issues with the Internal Revenue Service. Attorney Tania Aldaddah and her defense team have the knowledge, experience, and resources to effectively defend one having tax controversy issues with the IRS. Call us today (314) 726-9999 or take a look at our website at www.lynchlawonline.com.