Tax Fraud Lawyer in Las Vegas Helping Hold Criminals Accountable
Tax fraud cases in Nevada can be extremely complicated. Proving that someone committed tax fraud can be difficult. They likely will deny any wrongdoing. That’s why evidence matters so much in such cases. It’s also important to have an experienced Las Vegas tax fraud attorney who thoroughly understands the rules and regulations used to prosecute and punish people who commit tax fraud.
At Paul Padda Law, we thoroughly understand the state and federal laws governing tax fraud. Founded by former federal prosecutors, Paul Padda Law has a well-earned reputation for successfully building strong cases against people and business that commit tax fraud. We know how to find the facts many law firms overlook, and we know how to use that information to discreetly build a strong case.
“Are whistleblowers rewarded for reporting tax fraud?” and other information
Many whistleblowers who report tax fraud work with or for the person accused of committing such fraud, and that’s why we understand the importance of protecting a person’s privacy when reporting such allegations. In handling a tax fraud claim, we typically meet confidentially with the client. We understand the risk you’re taking by coming forward and speaking out, and we will do everything we can to keep your conversations with us private.
At Paul Padda Law, we will also work tirelessly to make sure you are financially compensated for reporting tax fraud. By law, many whistleblowers receive a reward, which is often 15 to 30 percent of the proceeds collected in such tax fraud cases. But obtaining your financial reward may be a difficult task. With so much at stake, it’s critical to have an experienced tax fraud lawyer in Las Vegas working for you and protecting your rights.
Attorneys at Paul Padda Law treat clients with dignity and respect
Tax fraud cases can be very confusing. There are so many legal issues that need to be considered when presenting such cases to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). The burden of proof for tax fraud cases is often extremely high. Be aware that the person or company you claim committed tax fraud will likely have a lawyer – or even a team of lawyers – working for them.