Jackie Cardinali - Maine Tax Law Services

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Jackie Cardinali

Maine Tax Law Services

York, ME 03909

(207) 361-4700

Practice Areas
  • Tax-Personal
  • Business Law
  • Estate, Trust Planning
  • Non-Profit Org
  • Business Formation
  • Tax-Business
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Maine Tax Law Services is a full service law firm.  We specialize in a variety of tax related matters from tax planning to tax assessment dispute on both the Federal and Maine State level.  Our services include estate planning, business start-up and tax planning, non-profit organization application for tax exempt status and compliance, international taxation, compliance with Federal and Maine State taxing agencies, civil and criminal tax litigation and appeals, audit assistance and negotiations.

Part of what we do is to help people so arrange their affairs as to minimize the tax consequences.  We specialize in tax services.  We offer tax planning and also assist taxpayers who are facing tax debt with the Federal and Maine State taxing authorities. 

We also represent clients for personal injury, social security disability, workers compensation, bankruptcy, real estate transactions and disputes, contract and employment disputes.

We offer a free one hour consultation to determine what we can do to help with your legal issue.

 

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Undergraduate: Franklin Pierce College
Law School: Franklin Pierce Law Center
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Practice Areas: Business > Tax-Business
Personal > Tax-Personal
Business > Business Law
Personal > Estate, Trust Planning
Business > Business Formation
Non-Profit Org
Organizations: American Bar Association, Maine State Bar Association
   
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Gender: Female
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Favorite Quote: "Anyone may arrange his affairs so that his taxes shall be as low as possible; he is not bound to choose that pattern which best pays the treasury. There is not even a patriotic duty to increase one's taxes. Over and over again the Courts have said that there is nothing sinister in so arranging affairs as to keep taxes as low as possible. Everyone does it, rich and poor alike and all do right, for nobody owes any public duty to pay more than the law demands." Judge Learned Hand
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