Yes. I know quite a number of them. There are tax attorneys who deal with conflicts situations, including administrative appeals, suits in U.S. Tax Court and suits in U.S. District Court or the U.S. Court of Claims, which are the courts that handle matters against the IRS.
Both state and county bar associations usually have tax sections, where you can find good tax attorneys. In California, the State Bar Association has not only a tax section, but a Litigation Committee of the Tax Section, which consists mostly of lawyers who do take on the IRS.
The Los Angeles County Bar Association also has a Tax Section and a Litigation and Procedure Committee. The LA County Bar has a lawyer referral service that you can rerach online at www.lacba.org/ .
There is also a lawyer locator service through the directory Matindale-Hubbell, which lists lawyer through the United States. You can reach it through www.martindale.com . Go to the lawyer locator. You can enter your area and look for a tax lawyer who does litigation, or conflicts work.
The IRS is big and powerful, but they do make mistakes, and their mistakes can be corrected by administrative appeals or court procedures. The IRS does not always win.
I do not know if this would apply in your case, but I would offer the comment that arguments like: "The income tax is unconsitutional" or other arguments that are called "Tax Protestor" arguments do not win in courts, and people who make arguments like that are usually badly treated. But if you have a legitimate beef with the IRS, and there are thousands of legitimate grievances against the IRS each year, you are in luck. There are a lot of lawyers who handle such cases. Good luck.
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