I am very aware of the lack of tax resolution representation available to those living in Arizona’s remote communities
Phoenix, Arizona (PRWEB) May 30, 2012
As of June 1, Arizona residents in rural and remote areas will gain improved access to tax resolution services through the Pew Law Center, PLLC, a tax relief and bankruptcy law firm with its central offices in Mesa.
Lawrence ‘D’ Pew is the law firm’s founder and the attorney spearheading the new rural Arizona tax resolution outreach program. Mr. Pew stated that “I am very aware of the lack of tax resolution representation available to those living in Arizona’s remote communities. We expect our rural outreach program to make it much more convenient for individuals living far from city services to get the tax relief they so desperately need.”
Families and individuals from remote communities like Bagdad, Dolan Springs, Parker, Aravaipa, Kearney, and Artesia can rely on the Pew Law Center’s rural outreach program to expedite legal services while reducing unnecessary travel. The program will bring experienced tax resolution representation to those taxpayers who are struggling with the IRS or Arizona Department of Revenue.
“No matter where people happen to live, if they have unpaid taxes or unfiled returns, they need competent and reliable legal representation to resolve their tax problems,” continued Mr. Pew. “Those living in our rural or remote areas should not be placed at a tax disadvantage simply because of their distant location. These are the families and businesses we’re reaching out to with help through this program.”
Important general information about IRS tax audits, offers in compromise, currently not collectible status, and installment agreements will be provided in an easy-to-follow presentation. Mr. Pew’s new book, Bankruptcy Secrets They Don’t Want You To Know, will also be provided at no cost to those considering the firm’s rural outreach program.
For additional details about the Pew Law Center’s tax resolution rural outreach program, contact http://www.PewLaw.com or call 480-745-1770.