Tax Lawyer David M. Garvin
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Outstanding tax lawyer with proven trial results!David Garvin is a criminal tax attorney that will put his heart in defending,
your rights, he is a very knowledgeable trial lawyer with excellent results.
Criminal Tax Attorney David M. Garvin, P.A.
Located at 200 S. Biscayne Blvd, Suite 3150 Miami, Fl.
Serious Representation for Serious Legal Matters
A CRIMINAL AND TAX LAW FIRM
200 S. Biscayne Blvd.
Miami, Fl. 33131
• Florida Bar Board Certified
• AV Peer Review Rated
• AVVO Rating of "Superb"
• Award Winning Performance
Respected Reputation Based Upon Results
The IRS officers' actions and advice are in the governments' best interest.
The United States reports a conviction rate in excess of90%
in federal white collar crime cases and over92%in federal criminal tax cases.
It is estimated that less than1%of all attorneys have successfully tried a federal criminal tax case.
(Not guilty verdicts on all counts.)
Before selecting an attorney to represent you in a federal white collar crime or criminal tax case
it is important to ask for information concerning the attorney's trial experience.
We welcome you to compare our criminal tax trial results to any other firm's or lawyer's.
As an experienced criminal and tax attorney, Mr. Garvin deals with the IRS on a regular basis, and has the knowledge and experience to advise you of your options to resolve your IRS problems in both criminal and civil matters. Regardless if your needs of representation involves FBAR, Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program, FATCA contact us.
You need someone working on your behalf to protect your interests. IRS problems do not go away unless they are dealt with. In fact, they only get worse the longer you wait to have them taken care of.
For over 30 years, Mr. Garvin has represented and defended clients in federal, civil and criminal tax matters throughout the country earning a deserved reputation as one of the nation’s top criminal and civil tax attorneys.
Mr. Garvin was the proud recipient of The Daily Business Review’s 2014 award in the area of Criminal Litigation Category and in 2010 he was awarded in the Most Effective Lawyer of the Year in the area of complex litigation. Mr. Garvin has extensive trial experience and has obtained remarkable results for his clients in many criminal tax matters. Our office has represented a wide range of clients including, celebrities, public officials, businessmen, doctors, accountants, lawyers, corporations, brokerage firms, individual brokers and numerous others.
Mr. Garvin is Florida Bar Certified in Taxation and holds a LLM (Masters in Law) in Tax. In addition, to holding a Juris Doctoral degree in law, he is also a licensed CPA (Certified Public Accountant). Mr. Garvin's unique business background provides him with a distinct advantage in serving his clients in tax and white collar crime cases. The Law Offices of David M. Garvin is a boutique practice designed to provide personal attention to the client's individual needs in cases ranging from large complex multiple issue matters to smaller single issue causes. Mr. Garvin personally handles the cases. Cases are not passed to junior attorneys and/or associates which often occurs in many large firms.
The firm is sufficiently diversified to handle cases ranging from single issue tax matter, requiring relatively short trials, to complex high profile multiple issues criminal controversies requiring lengthy trials.
If you are seeking an Appellate or an IRS Tax Attorney, if you are in need to be represented in a tax or criminal matter, Miami Criminal Tax and White Collar Crime Attorney David M. Garvin is your attorney of choice. He will handle your alleged Tax Fraud, Tax Violations, Civil IRS Tax Matters, IRS Investigations, Mail Fraud, Insider Trader, Internet Crime, Wire Fraud, Money Laundering, FATCA, FBAR and any other white collar crime.
Tax Law & Litigation
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.
This area of law can become easily complicated with the countless number of legal forms, codes and protocol requirements that must be followed. If you are facing a tax controversy, the last thing you want to do mark yourself as a target for the IRS. That is why it is so essential for you to keep proper records and to be aware of the red flags that can trigger a tax audit. If you have been accused of tax fraud, tax evasion or backup withholding, then you may be facing criminal consequences. Our Miami tax attorney, David M. Garvin, has the experience and knowledge necessary to negotiate with the IRS on your behalf and he can help fight to clear your name. Mr. Garvin can also provide aggressive IRS audit defense and tax collection defense in your time of need. Don't go to tax court without the proper legal protection, with the help of our firm, we can help build an effective strategy to resolve your tax issue, so you can get back to the business of living life.
Criminal Law & Litigation
Criminal Litigation is the process of going to trial in a criminal court to defend oneself in a criminal matter. The Due Process clause of the United States Constitution specifically states that individuals "may not be deprived of life, liberty or property without due process of law." In simple terms this means, that prior to the government ordering incarceration for an individual who has, allegedly, committed a crime the government must give that person his day in court. Criminal Litigation may involve a misdemeanor, often defined as a crime with an incarceration period of no more than 12 months and/or a fine not to be above a certain amount. It may also involve a felony, which is categorized, generally, as crimes that require longer jail time and/or higher fines. Criminal Litigation can take place in either Federal or State Court depending on the nature of the crime.
Miami Tax Lawyer and Criminal Defense Attorney
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