Tax Attorney in Matteson, IL

Tax Attorney in Matteson, IL

Are you facing an IRS audit?

Do not face the IRS alone – let one of our tax attorneys represent your interests during your IRS audit.

Going through a tax audit can be a frightening and stressful event; however, this is just one tax problem that the experienced tax attorneys of The Law Office of Thomas W. Lynch deal with on a regular basis. Rather than face the IRS alone, allow our knowledgeable tax attorneys to stand with you so that you can quickly resolve your tax problem and move on with your life.

Do not spend another day dealing with tax problems on your own, call our office at (708) 598-5999 for a free consultation with one of our tax attorneys.

Our office handles a wide array of tax problems for our clients

Because several of our attorneys have direct experience working for the IRS, they have a unique and insightful perspective that benefits our clients.  In addition to tax audits, our tax attorneys assist clients with a variety of tax problems that include:

  • Tax levies and tax liens
  • Criminal prosecution or tax litigation
  • Allegations of tax fraud
  • Tax penalties and interest
  • Wage garnishments
  • IRS seizures
  • Penalties for non-filing tax returns
  • Tax amnesty programs
  • Tax protests and petitions

DO NOT let the government take what you have worked so hard to build!  Contact our office at (708) 598-5999 or by using the convenient online form to schedule your free consultation today.

Our tax attorneys can help resolve your tax problems

Our attorneys use a variety of tools to help you resolve your tax problems.  We can help you set up an installment agreement, prepare an offer-in-compromise or discuss bankruptcy options with you.  Our attorneys use their knowledge of the tax code and their experience with tax issues to help you resolve your tax problem so you can begin to reorganize and move forward.

Meet our tax attorneys

The tax attorneys at The Law Office of Thomas W. Lynch are dedicated to solving tax problems that keep clients awake at night and cause them stress.

Thomas W. Lynch, Attorney Thomas W. Lynch has an extensive background with regard to tax issues.  He worked for the Internal Revenue Service for seven years and as an Assistant Illinois Attorney General in the Civil Tax and Charitable Corporations Division for five years.  Mr. Lynch also worked as a CPA and continues to maintain his CPA license.

Scott A. Schimanski, Attorney Scott A. Schimanski also worked for the Internal Revenue Service as a Revenue Officer for four years including participating in criminal investigations.  Mr. Schimanski returned to college to obtain his law degree and also obtained an advanced degree in tax law (LLM in Taxation).  He combines his litigation experience and his knowledge of taxes to defend clients in all areas of tax law.

Mr. Martin-Johnston, Attorney Michael Martin-Johnston joined the firm a little over two years ago with a background in federal and bankruptcy litigation.  He assists clients who find themselves the subjects of wage garnishments or other collection actions.  His experience in bankruptcy law is valuable to clients who find themselves unable to resolve their tax problems without the assistance of the bankruptcy court.


CALL NOW: (708) 598-5999 to scheduled your free consultation with one of our experienced tax attorneys

You can find us at 9231 S. Roberts Road in Hickory Hills, IL 60457, which is just off of Interstate 294 at the 95th street exit then just 1 and ½ mile west.  We offer convenient appointments that include evening and weekend appointments because we understanding some clients cannot meet during normal business hours.  We have several payment options and work with each client to set up a payment arrangement they can afford.

Matteson, Cook County, IL 60443

Matteson is a suburb of Chicago with approximately 19,000 citizens.  The median age of the residents of Matteson is 38 with females making up slightly more of the population than men do.  Settled by Germans in the mid-1850s, Matteson was not formally incorporated until 1889.  It was named after Joel Matteson who was the governor of Illinois at that time.