Forsythe Tax Law specializes in all aspects of tax defense – both civil and criminal. We provide everything you need to reach the best possible resolution, regardless of the severity or complexity of your case. During a personalized, independent review of your case, we walk you through the specifics of your situation and break it down, identifying the core issues.
The government points its finger at you in judgment. We will not. We offer empathy and the ability to work within the tax laws to help you help yourself. Our unique dual-specialty in civil and criminal tax law allows us to help you navigate any path your case might follow.
We provide guidance during a civil audit to protect your interests and minimize the risk of being referred to the criminal unit. If you are facing criminal charges, you’ll receive the advice you need and guidance to navigate toward the best possible outcome.
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Tax law is about more than just the statutes and regulations. It’s also about understanding how the IRS works and the factors they consider when making decisions about taxpayers. My niche practice provides me the opportunity to combine my love of solving complex tax problems with my passion for minimizing government overreach into its own private citizens. Throughout my years as an attorney, I’ve learned the procedures and tactics employed by IRS agents and investigators. This allows me to create a defense strategy that will secure a realistic, fair, and favorable outcome.
This is how I aim to serve you.
I listen to you without judgment, creatively problem-solve with you, and fight for you. Let me put my passion and experience to work for you today.
Nicole helps individuals and small businesses defend tax problems – both civil and criminal. Early in her legal career, she worked for international institutions, helping to minimize their tax liabilities through innovative tax planning strategies. In 2013, Nicole left big-law to start her own law firm, shifting her focus to criminal law and civil tax defense for individuals and small businesses.
Prior to attending law school Nicole studied viola at the University of Missouri – Kansas City – Conservatory of Dance and Music and at the University of Minnesota. Her decade as a professional musician helped her cultivate her creative outlook and unique critical problem solving ability, which she relishes the opportunity to use in the service of her clients.