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Welcome to the Wilson Tax Law Group, APLC website (the “Website”). Please review the following terms and conditions (“Terms of Use”). Your use of the Website constitutes your acceptance of, and agreement to follow and be bound by the Terms of Use, Privacy Policy, and any further policies or terms that govern your use of the Website (collectively, this “Agreement”). If you do not agree to the terms of this Agreement, please do not use the Website. Wilson Tax Law Group reserves the right, at any time, to modify or update the Website, policies and this Agreement without notice, so you should review this Agreement before every attempt to use the Website. Your use of the Website following any such change this Agreement constitutes your consent to follow and be bound by the terms and conditions of this Agreement as changed.


It is not intended to create or promote an attorney-client relationship and does not constitute and should not be relied upon as legal advice. It is not intended to seek professional employment in any state where lawyers in the firm are not admitted to practice, or in any state where this website would not comply with applicable requirements concerning advertisements and solicitations.

We intend to make every attempt to keep this information current. We do not promise or guarantee, however, that the information is correct, complete or up-to-date, and Internet subscribers and online readers should not act based upon this information without seeking professional counsel from an attorney admitted to practice in your location.

Transmission of information from the Wilson Tax Law Group website is not intended to create, and its receipt does not constitute, an attorney-client relationship with Wilson Tax Law Group,  or any of its individual attorneys or personnel.  If you elect to communicate with the firm, or any of its attorneys, through this website, do not transmit any information about any matter (and particularly not any confidential information) that may involve you until the firm has agreed to represent you, and you have received confirmation of that fact in the form of a written engagement letter.


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Experience described on some attorney or legal professional biographies on the Website may date from before an individual attorney joined Wilson Tax Law Group, APLC.  Experience represented on the Website does not imply current client or matter status. Prior results described in attorney biographies or otherwise on the Website do not guarantee a similar outcome.


Some of the discussions on this web site are directed to tax professionals and to sophisticated consumers of tax controversy legal services. These particular discussions assume a significant level of experience and expertise in tax controversy matters and should not be used by persons who do not meet these qualifications. These discussions are designed to alert tax professionals and sophisticated consumers of tax controversy services as to potential opportunities or risks based upon recent developments in the law. These discussions are not intended to be the rendering of legal advice. No reader is authorized to rely upon any matter contained herein as the rendering of legal advice. Before taking any action based on the items contained herein, the reader must first seek competent legal advice to confirm the appropriateness of these items to the unique facts of the reader’s situation. Neither the information contained herein nor the perusal of it establishes or is intended to establish an attorney-client relationship.


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