David Selig and Bradley Dorin met in 2008 at the United States Tax Court and have been representing taxpayers before the IRS and State ever since. 

 

Selig is a Federal Tax Practitioner and Public Adjuster and Dorin is an Attorney with over 30 years of experience. Collectively they have discharged over $300,000,000 in Federal and State tax liabilities, and to date none of their clients has been convicted of a tax related felony. 

 

Anyone can get into trouble with the IRS and going to court is a gamble that can cost you your freedom, says Attorney Dorin. It’s due to troubled economy and the complexity of our tax laws.

 

We knock the heart out of criminal tax cases before they pass the point of no return, and by taking advantage of every exploitable opportunity we’re able to settle most tax cases, says Selig. In fact, over the past 10 years Selig & Associates has helped over 1000 doctors, lawyers, restaurateurs, builders, and entrepreneurs solve their tax problems.  

 

Selig is an early bird and Dorin is a night owl, and as such, they’re accessible to their clients 24 hours a day 7 days a week. Keeping their clients out of court, out of the headlines, and most importantly, out of prison is what Selig & Associates is all about. 

 

In addition to their tax practice Selig and Dorin help doctors and business owners obtain “hard-to-place insurance coverage” including high-risk medical malpractice insurance. And if that wasn't enough, they also settle residential and commercial property insurance claims, including business interruption, burglary, fire, windstorm, and water damage. Practicing before the IRS gives us an unfair advantage, says Selig. 

 

Insurance companies like to receive premiums, but they don’t always like to pay claims, says Attorney Dorin. And in the heat of the moment you could become frustrated and be tempted to accept less than your claim is actually worth (a lot less).

 

Compared to the IRS most insurance companies are lightweights, laughs Selig. Dorin is more reserved. Having mastered the proverbial “good cop bad cop routine” one thing is clear, Selig and Dorin are great at what they do.

 

 

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