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Social Security Tax Lawyer | Serving Kirkland, WA

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J. David Tax Law, LLC

Social Security Tax Lawyer | Serving Kirkland, WA

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855-445-6780

Free 20 Minute IRS & State Tax Relief Consult from a Tax Attorney, Not a Sales Person. United States Tax Court Bar Member. Great Service, Premium Results & Affordable Rates.

A traditional tax law firm that was created to help those under the heavy burden of IRS or State tax collections. The firm was founded to provide personalized attorney-based tax law services, at affordable fees. We operate under a simple principle, if we can help you we will explain how, if we cannot, we will explain why. Either way, after a call with our firm you will know …

Steven Y. Orcutt, P.C.

Social Security Tax Lawyer | Serving Kirkland, WA

503-228-9350

Experienced Lawyer. Exceptional Results.
Minimizing Costs and Conflicts in Estate Planning Matters

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