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Law Office of James D. Lynch, PLLC

3000 Joe Dimaggio Blvd #90, Round Rock, TX 78665

info@jimlynchlaw.com

(512) 745-6347

(714) 745-3875

©2020 by Law Office of James D. Lynch, PLLC. The information contained in this website is for informational purposes and is not to be considered legal advice.  Any correspondence between you and the Law Office of James D. Lynch is not intended to create an attorney-client relationship.  Please do not send confidential information to us until after an attorney-client relationship has been established by an engagement letter signed by the proposed client and our attorney.

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The IRS's Right to Retain Representation

IRS Publication 1, entitled "Your Rights as a Taxpayer" (https://www.irs.gov/forms-pubs/about-publication-1), includes a full list of taxpayer rights. One of these rights is the Right to Retain Representation.


You may select a representative, such as an attorney, CPA, or another authorized person, to represent you in an interview with the IRS. Your representative can attend the IRS interview on your behalf, and you do not need to attend with your representative.


You must prepare Form 2848, Power of Attorney, to designate your representative(s). The representative(s) you select must not be disbarred or suspended from practice before the IRS.