Andrew Belter and William Schmidt discuss their experiences with withdrawing from cases in the U.S. Tax Court. Since it is necessary to receive court approval for an attorney to withdraw from a case, both of your hosts provide guidance on how to navigate what is required to be withdraw from a case when your client is no longer cooperating with you.
If all goes right, you should be able to find some sample forms for those withdrawals along with this episode. If not, contact William on LinkedIn.
Plus, Andrew talks about providing CLE information to LITCs to help them meet their match goals.
Episode 178: OIC Updates and Other Tax Topics
Episode 177: Boechler Decision and ABA May Tax CDP Presentation
Episode 176: PPS Issues and Criminal Tax Referrals
Episode 175: Signing for Clients and More LITC Grant Report Talk
Episode 174: PPS and the LITC Grant Report
Episode 173: Tax Court - Boechler and IRS Chief Counsel Answers
Episode 172: John Gilmore Interview on ID.me
Episode 171: 2022 ABA Section of Taxation Midyear Meeting
Episode 170: State and Federal Tax Issues
Episode 169: 2022 New Year Tax Resolutions
Episode 168: 2021 End of Year Wrap-Up
Working With TAS in 2021
Episode 166 - Offers in Compromise Review and Updates
Episode 165: FAQs and Other Updates
Episode 164: Should We Have Filing Statuses?
Episode 162: Tax Court and ABA Tax Meeting Followup
Episode 161: Tax Court and ABA Virtual Fall Tax Meeting Update
Episode 160: Client Deadlines
Episode 159: Stimulus Attorney at Legal Aid Discussion
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