Your Criminal Tax Attorney In Tennessee

The IRS is very powerful. They have nearly unlimited resources that allow them to investigate any person or business in a way that allows them to collect any debts they believe owed to them. Most people who have issues with the IRS are facing civil penalties. But in some cases, the investigation can fall under criminal statutes that could result in added interest and penalties, fines, and even incarceration. Criminal tax investigations are very serious!

My name is Norman D. McKellar, and I am a licensed tax attorney in Knoxville, Tennessee, handling criminal tax issues nationwide. I have been voted by my peers as a "Top Attorney" in Cityview Magazine for Income Tax and IRS Resolutions. I am also a member of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and the Tennessee Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers.

Free Tax Advice

The first and best advice I can give you is this: The worst thing you can do if you owe taxes to the IRS is to do nothing.

Believe it or not, most taxpayers either panic or ignore it when the IRS comes calling. The fact that you’re here right now means that you’re being proactive. You’re looking for answers. You know you need help. The good news is that there is help available and getting legal representation sooner than later can help you avoid the most severe penalties. Getting help from an experienced tax attorney could make a huge difference in the outcome of your case. We applaud you for being proactive and encourage you to continue. It will help.

This website can be a great resource for getting educated on criminal tax implications. It doesn’t have all the answers, but it will give you an understanding of the kind of help available. Once you’re ready to take action, contact my office at 865-566-0125 for a FREE telephone consultation.

Getting Help

Not only does the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) enforce civil tax laws, but it can also impose criminal charges leading to a conviction, fines and imprisonment.

If you are contacted by an IRS Criminal Division Agent, you should immediately contact an attorney prior to making contact with the Agent. By speaking with an Agent, you may jeopardize your chances of success and ultimately you may prove to be your own worst witness.

Contact my office at 865-566-0125 for a FREE consultation and to discuss how we can protect your rights.

Criminal Tax Issues

  • Tax Evasion
  • Structuring Payments
  • Good Faith Defense
  • Failure To File Tax Returns
  • Failure To File Information Returns
  • Tax Fraud
  • Filing a False Tax Return
  • Failure to Report Foreign Bank Accounts

Getting Legal Help

The IRS takes tax crimes very seriously. Not only will it enforce civil tax laws, but it will also impose criminal charges that can lead to harsh prosecution, a possible conviction and eventually steep fines and imprisonment.

If you are contacted by an IRS Criminal Division agent, contact a lawyer from McKellar & Easter, Attorneys at Law, immediately before you say anything to the agent. Don't jeopardize your rights and freedom. Retain legal counsel and start protecting what's most important to you.

To schedule a free initial telephone consultation with one of our lawyers or lead attorney Norman D. McKellar, call 865-566-0125 or send us an email. Appointments are available at any of our three offices: Knoxville, Tennessee; Nashville, Tennessee; and Atlanta, Georgia. We accept credit cards.