What You Need to Know to Win in Tax Court
On Your Own in Tax Court is an easy to read ebook to conducting a case in the United States Tax Court without a lawyer. It is the result of years of research and experience. It is the minimum you will need to know if you are to prevail in your case.
They are used to working with people who:
- don't understand what's going on in Tax Court
- don't know the rules
- don't know how to do legal research
- don't know what hit them when they lose
- don't know how to write legal documents
- don't know what's coming next
The Information You Need to Win
After reading On Your Own in Tax Court you will know the order of events, the special vocabulary of the Court, how to make a motion, and how to respond to one.
You'll know the answers to these crucial questions:
- If you lose, how do you appeal in a REAL courtroom?
- When would a trial not be necessary?
- What is a Branerton Conference?
- What is the "Stipulation of Facts"?
- How do you oppose a "Motion for Summary Judgment"?
- When do you get to argue the law?
- What is the "Burden of Proof" and who has it?
- What is hearsay and how is it used against you?
- What is the purpose of a Tax Court trial?
- What are the elements of a motion and how do you write one?
- When would you want to?
- How do you make objections?
- What is discovery and why is it important?
- What are the elements of a Tax Court petition?
- What do you NOT want to stipulate to?
Anyone entering a Tax Court case who can't answer those questions and many more is walking into an ax fight without an ax.