You’ve got tax problems. We’ve got the solutions. We have managed hundreds of tax audits for our clients and achieved great results for them.

At King Lawyers, our tax professionals have the experience to handle your tax audit from the start to the end and give you legal advice and representation. The principal of King Lawyers, Navid King, is a senior tax lawyer with extensive experience as a former tax auditor and tax lawyer of the Australian Taxation Office (ATO).

If you have received notification of a tax audit, review or investigation from the ATO or Office of State Revenue (OSR), you should contact us immediately to arrange a meeting at our office and seek legal advice. It is important and in your best interest to understand your legal rights and obligations before you say or do anything in relation to such matters.

In Australia, the tax authorities have the legal power to review, audit and investigate your tax affairs to ensure that you have correctly complied with your tax obligations under the law. The audit may find that you have failed to comply with your tax obligations and underpaid the required tax. In such circumstances, you may be issued with a tax assessment that will require you to pay the tax shortfall together with very heavy penalties and interest.

If you engage King Lawyers to act for you in relation to your tax audit, we will deal with the tax authorities on your behalf and manage the audit for you from the start to the end. We will work with you and your accountant to identify and deal with all the relevant tax issues as quickly and cost-effectively as possible. By doing so, we will be able to have the audit completed as soon as possible with the best possible result.

King Lawyers has provided legal advice and representation to hundreds of individual and business clients for their tax audits. By managing the audit properly from the start, we have been very successful in achieving great results for our clients. In each case, we will do our very best to ensure that you pay the correct amount of tax and minimise the additional penalty and interest that you will have to pay on the tax shortfall.

To get legal advice from King Lawyers, please contact us to arrange an initial meeting.

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