Hammer from a tax attorney in Aiea, Honolulu, HI

Experienced former IRS Tax Attorney serving residents of Leeward, Oahu and Honolulu, Hawaii for over 20 years

If you are experiencing tax problems with the IRS and are looking for an experienced tax attorney, please call the Law Office of Brian Kawamoto. Brian Kawamoto previously served as a tax attorney with the general and tax litigation divisions of the IRS Office of District Counsel, Los Angeles before going into private practice.

As a former IRS tax attorney in the Honolulu office, Brian Kawamoto can help you with any range of legal issues including bankruptcy and taxes.

What we can do for you

As a former IRS tax attorney, Brian Kawamoto offers a wealth of experience in handling the following IRS tax matters:

 • Stop IRS levies on wages and garnishment of bank accounts
 • Offer In Compromise -  reduce back taxes
 • We represent non-filers
 • IRS tax audits
 • IRS tax lien issues
 • Tax court litigation
 • Getting rid of taxes through bankruptcy
 • Collection due process and appeals
 • Audit Reconsideration

    Additional services we provide in Aiea , HI include buy and sell agreements for businesses, 1031 tax deferred exchanges, LLCs and corporations and consultation services for starting new businesses. Call today for more details!

    Contact information

    98-029 Hekaha St., Suite 23
    Aiea, HI 96701

    (808) 486-6107


    Why choose us?

    At the law office of Brian Kawamoto in Aiea, HI we offer the dedicated services of a tax attorney. When calling on us we promise:
    • Your case will be personally handled by attorney Brian Kawamoto every step of the way
     • Over 20 years experience
     • Appointment flexibility
     • Extensive trial experience
     • Former IRS tax attorney
     • We will deal directly with the IRS on your behalf - there's no need to be intimidated

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