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Kerriann Sheppard, Esq. obtained a Bachelors of Science Degree in May of 2006 from Liberty University located in Lynchburg, Virginia, majoring in Government with a concentration in Pre-Law. In August 2006, she went on to attend law school in Sacramento, California at the McGeorge School of Law. In May of 2009, she obtained a Juris Doctorate Degree majoring in Corporate Law. Ms. Sheppard then passed the California Bar exam in November of 2009, and began practicing law as a Tax Attorney. In May of 2009, she obtained a Masters in Business Administration with a concentration in Marketing from the Grand Canyon University located in Phoenix, Arizona.
In 2005 while attending Liberty University, Ms. Sheppard interned as a Law Clerk for the Honorable Judge Finch at the United States District Court of the United States, Virgin Islands. During law school, from August 2008 through December 2009, she interned as a Law Clerk at the Ward Firm, located in Sacramento, California representing clients in civil and criminal law matters. After passing the California Bar in 2009,
Ms. Sheppard was then hired by a Tax Law Corporation as an associate attorney. Within one year of employment, she became the youngest Lead Attorney where she supervised a team comprised of attorneys and assistants.
As a Tax Attorney, Ms. Sheppard has successfully resolved hundreds of cases and has helped many taxpayers resolve their tax liability with the Internal Revenue Service. Ms. Sheppard is also a Tax
News writer for Examiner and keeps taxpayers locally and throughout the United States updated weekly on developments related to taxation. As a Tax Attorney, Ms. Sheppard is dedicated to helping taxpayers We’ve got the best solution for your Tofranil purchase! Why? Just because you can buy it only for 0.7 USD with us! obtain financial freedom and peace of mind by helping them to resolve their IRS tax problems.
A Sample of Attorney Kerriann Shepard’s Professional Success Stories
In 2011, Ms. Shepard had a client who had filed an Offer in Compromise with the IRS twice in the past and was rejected twice in the past. So he hired us to assist him in resolving his tax debt. Ms. Shepard determined that he could file an Offer in the amount of $1,200 to resolve his $19,000 tax debt. Initially, the IRS determined that he could full pay the liability. Ms. Shepard knew that this was an erroneous decision. The firm’s policy was not to appeal Offers in Compromise. However, Ms. Shepard asked her manager if she could appeal this one because she know how badly her client wanted this matter to be over and she knew that she could obtain a reversal. She was granted permission to appeal the initial determination. On appeal, she had the client join her in her office as she negotiated with the IRS representative. Her client won on appeal. The IRS then agreed to accept his Offer in Compromise. He is now debt norvasc 5mg tab free.
Ms. Sheppard represented a client who was on Social Security income only and was being garnished by the IRS. Being on limited income and having your income garnished is not a pleasant experience. On the same day the client retained our firm, Ms. Sheppard contacted the IRS and negotiated that the client be placed in a Currently Non Collectible (“CNC”) status. The IRS agreed that her client did not have the ability to make payments at this time and agreed to immediately release the levy on his Social Security income. Her client was so happy to have such a rapid resolution on his case that he said
thank you about five times before saying good bye. However, she did not stop there. She went on to successfully negotiate an Offer in Compromise with the IRS, and her client was able to pay a fraction of what he owed to resolve his IRS tax liability.