Innocent Spouse Relief: A Primer for Tax Practitioners
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About the Program
This program will walk practitioners through how Connecticut divorce works, the tax issues surrounding divorce, the various forms of innocent spouse relief, when each may be used, and how practitioners should go about helping their client to document their case. The program will also review the process for appealing the denial of innocent spouse relief. Finally, the program will review the differences between Innocent Spouse Relief and Injured Spouse, and when each should be utilized.
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- Identify the types of innocent spouse relief
- Explain the various factors considered by the IRS when deciding to grant relief
- Describe how make the request for innocent spouse relief
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About your instructors:
Attorney Eric L. Green is a practicing tax attorney, author, speaker, and coach. He founded Tax Rep LLC which runs the popular tax representation practice-growth training and coaching program Tax Rep Network. Through his role as the primary instructor and coach at Tax Rep Network, he has helped hundreds of accountants start and grow successful tax representation practices.
Eric is a partner and founder of law firm Green & Sklarz LLP, which is based in New Haven, Connecticut, where his focus is taxpayer representation before the IRS, Department of Justice Tax Division and state departments of revenue. Prior to becoming an attorney, Eric served as a senior tax consultant for national and international accounting firms, including KPMG and Deloitte & Touche.
Eric developed a national reputation by building a remarkable record of negotiating favorable settlements in thousands of civil cases against government agencies and has also been able to convince government agents and attorneys to forgo criminal charges and civilly resolve many cases.
Eric is a Fellow of the American College of Tax Counsel, an organization in which membership is an honor reserved for those at the top of their chosen profession. The College’s members, called “Fellows,” are recognized for their extraordinary accomplishments and professional achievements and for their dedication to improving the practice of tax law. Fellows must be nominated by their peers for this honor.
Attorney Sheila Charmoy is a Partner in the law office of Charmoy & Charmoy with offices in Fairfield and Stamford, Connecticut.
Sheila Sinha Charmoy’s practice focuses on family law, including divorce, custody issues, divorce mediation, post judgment proceedings, and appellate proceedings. Her practice focuses on highly contested cases, whether that is financial or custody related. Sheila is an experienced family trial lawyer and regularly litigates high asset cases. She has experience and knowledge of the particular issues involved when one party in a divorce is a business owner or otherwise self-employed, including making sure business interests are properly valued for purposes of the divorce and that an accurate income is considered for purposes of alimony and support.
In addition, she frequently serves as a Court appointed Special Master in Milford and Bridgeport Superior Court. She also frequently lectures on divorce issues related to taxes, and has presented in Las Vegas for the American Institute of CPA’s, as well as being a regular speaker at the North East IRS representation conference. She has also presented to the Asian American community about the specific issues related to domestic violence cases.
Sheila has been has been a member of the board for the South Asian Bar Association of Connecticut since 2012, and served as its President from 2015 to 2017. Sheila was a Commissioner for the Asian Pacific Islander Affairs Commission of Connecticut, where she also served as it’s Secretary. She is also a James W. Cooper Fellow with the Connecticut Bar Foundation. She is a member of the Executive Board of SNEHA, an organization that assists South Asian women, particularly victims of domestic violence. Sheila currently sits on the Board of the Easton Learning Foundation.
Sheila graduated from the University of Bridgeport in 1995 and Quinnipiac University School of Law in 1999.