Patrick T. Sheehan
About The Author
Patrick T. Sheehan is a tax attorney and former Special Assistant United States Attorney with the Internal Revenue Service, Office of Chief Counsel from 1987 to 1991. He litigated extensively in Federal Court including the United States Tax Court. While an attorney for the IRS, Patrick recommended the acceptance or rejection of Offers in Compromise at the IRS District Counsel level. Patrick graduated from Loyola University School of Law in 1987 and returned to serve as the Director of the Loyola Student Federal Tax Clinic from 1991 to 1999. Patrick was sworn into the United States Supreme Court Bar in 2007. His law practice was founded in 1991 and focuses exclusively on the resolution of federal and state tax disputes with the IRS and the Illinois Department of Revenue.

Patrick has extensive experience and has trained his staff in IRS and IDR collection matters including installment agreements, wage levies, bank levies, tax liens, business taxes, Offers in Compromise and home and business seizures. He has over 28 years of experience assisting individuals and  businesses with their tax problems. Patrick is also a published author, paid professional speaker and has been retained as an expert witness in several tax cases. He started Hops for Humanity, a local 501(c)3 non-profit organization, which has raised over $174,000.00 to date for local charities.
How To Permanently Solve Your IRS Problem
The IRS is the most powerful creditor on the planet. It can take all of the money out of your bank accounts. It can take most of your pay from your job under a wage levy or garnishment. It can take money owed to your business. It can even seize your car, house or business! If you have an IRS problem you have a legal problem. Don’t face the IRS alone. 
Divorce, Taxes, and The IRS
I am Patrick T. Sheehan, a former IRS attorney. I wrote my second book, Divorce, Taxes and the IRS, to help people who are divorced or are divorcing navigate the tax and IRS side of your marriage. Not only are untangling and terminating a marriage, but you are also untangling and terminating a financial and, perhaps, a business relationship. Like it or not, the money side of your marriage is a financial relationship. Perhaps you have bank accounts together. Perhaps you have assets together, like a home or cars or a business. You likely filed joint tax returns together. Your divorce, in addition to terminating the marriage and dealing with the kids, also must address the financial side of your relationship, and that includes taxes and the IRS. 
Don't live in fear of the IRS. Call us now!
IRS Trouble Solvers™ represents individuals and businesses before the Internal Revenue Service and the Illinois Department of Revenue. Our office of Elmhurst tax attorneys have successfully resolved tax problems for individuals and businesses since 1991. Although our office is just outside of Chicago, Illinois, we represent clients in the surrounding Chicago suburbs as well as all over the United States and some U.S. expatriates living overseas. Our experienced team of tax lawyers assist clients with unfiled tax returns and all types of unpaid tax liabilities and penalties.
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