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Solving Serious Tax Problems

Working to ensure maximum tax advantages for business and individual clients. The national real estate practice at Cozen 'Connor represented Greenpoint Manufacturing and Design Center Local Development Corporation (GMDC) in the acquisition, development, and financing of an Ozone Park manufacturing facility in Queens, New York.
Some taxpayers discover that they can't get a mortgage or can't refinance because the IRS claims they owe some amount of money and the IRS filed a federal tax lien against them (New York Castro State's equivalent is called a Tax Warrant” which functions as a like a civil money judgment and once filed with the county clerk or other local recording authority, as a lien).

Preminger will reside in the firm's midtown Manhattan office where he will be the Director of New York Environmental Matter for Cozen 'Connor Public Strategies and will advise on environment-related matters as an associate in the firm's Utility, Environmental & Energy Practice.
The owner of the firm, Gerald W. Dibble, B.S., J.D., LL.M. (Tax) has extensive experience and education in this area, including a Masters Degree in Taxation (LL.M.) from New York University and over 35 years experience defending taxpayers against the audit and collection efforts of taxing authorities, including criminal tax investigations, and in preventing and removing tax liens, warrants, levies, seizures, and payroll garnishments, and stopping their enforcement once they have occurred.

The office maintains ongoing referral relationships with a diverse range of organizations including Hot Bread Kitchen, Congregation Beit Simchat Torah, the Office of the Appellate Defender, the Legal Aid Society, Family Equality Council, MFY Legal Services, the Partnership for New York City and the New York City AIDS Memorial Park Campaign.
Joe Callahan is not just well-versed in contesting, resolving, and dissolving tax disputes that have become an issue; he is also a top NYC tax attorney, with over 31 years of tax experience advising his clients and helping them plan ahead so they can avoid problems in the future.

Ken Fisher, of the New York City office and Real Estate Practice Group, was mentioned in a Capital New York article titled, "Controversial Magnate Pokes Holes in Bloomberg's Styrofoam Ban." The article explains the financed lobbying effort the City Council successfully pushed to alter Michael Bloomberg's bill to ban the use of styrofoam in food establishments.

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