WIFE RECEIVES IN EXCESS OF $3,000,000.00 IN DIVORCE CASE AVAILABLE TO REPRESENT CLIENTS FROM EFFINGHAM, EFFINGHAM COUNTY, NEWTON, JASPER COUNTY, FLORA, CLAY COUNTY, ILLINOIS. WE WERE INVOLVED IN A DIVORCE CASE WHERE THE WIFE RECEIVED IN EXCESS OF $3,000,000.00. THE PARTIES HAD BEEN MARRIED FOR A NUMBER OF YEARS AND THE HUSBAND HAD EXTRAMARITAL AFFAIRS WITH SEVERAL WOMEN. HIS WIFE HAD ENOUGH OF IT. THE JUDGE TOOK THE POSITION THAT THE HUSBAND BASICALLY MANIPULATED INFORMATION AND TESTIMONY IN HIS BEST INTERESTS AND THAT HE LACKED CREDIBILITY. THE WIFE COULD HAVE SETTLED FOR LESS. HOWEVER, BY PROCEEDING WITH THE MATTER THROUGH TRIAL, THE WIFE ENDED UP WITH A SUBSTANTIALLY BETTER RESULT THAT HAD BEEN OFFERED BY THE HUSBAND, METRO EAST, BELLEVILLE, ST. CLAIR COUNTY, ILLINOIS LAW FIRM HANDLING ESTATE LAW, FAMILY LAW, REAL ESTATE LAW AND TAX LAW CASES.
Over $375,000.00 saved – resolution reached with the Internal Revenue Service. We were hired by a client who had previously paid in excess of $20,000.00 to a national tax representation firm that advertised on the media throughout the United States. Nothing had been accomplished that benefitted the client. After we took over, we immediately began communicating with the Internal Revenue Service, worked out a resolution, saved our client hundreds of thousands of dollars, kept out client in business and our client was grateful for the results obtained. We had recommended to our client that a new accountant be retained and we made a referral to a local accountant and tax return preparer. We filed suit against the national tax firm to recover substantial amounts on behalf of our client. We isolated the old corporation and then created a new limited liability company, to basically continue with the customers in regard to future work. This strategy saved our client in excess of $4000,000.00. There was no criminal prosecution. We worked closely with our client for a period of time which included frequent office conferences, correspondence and telephone calls. At each step of the way our client was in contact with us regarding issues and concerns. We used a team approach which, in this case, meant that since more than one attorney was working on the file, someone was always available to respond to the concerns of the client and/or handle communications with the Internal Revenue Service. We treated the Internal Revenue Service. We treated the Internal Revenue Service with respect and responded to all telephone calls and inquiries. We explained to our client that the Internal Revenue Service has a job to do which is basically follow the law.
Blake Behme Gilbreth Links, P.C.