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The IRS is the most brutal collection agency on the planet. Arm yourself with an attorney!

It can be difficult to know who to turn to when you have legal questions and are unsure of the answers. You need a strong advocate on your side. The team at Fairbanks Fletcher Law PLLC wants to be that advocate for you and ensure that you get all of your questions answered and debt resolved. When you are facing tax problems, do not face your legal crisis alone. Contact us today!

Our clients generally NEVER meet or speak with the IRS!

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