Contact@LampertTaxLaw.com
(561) 689-9407

Our Services

We are a West Palm Beach law firm specializing in tax and Elder law with over 30 years of experience.

Tax Law

We help you settle your debt for less. This can be done in many ways, including an offer in compromise, penalty abatement, or installment agreement.We excel in helping clients with complex wealth strategy needs get the exact solution they require.

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Elder Law

Nursing home & long term care costs can easily take all of the assets you wanted your beneficiaries to have. Medicaid will cover the costs of this care, but only after you have spent down your assets to become eligible for Medicaid.

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Estate Planning

We can help you through the land mines and labyrinth of estate and gift taxation to preclude unnecessary taxation and leave as much as reasonably possible to your heirs.

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Probate & Trust

The process by which the court oversees the administration of the decedent's last Will and Testament can be very complex and confusing. We can help navigate the way to a successful outcome.

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Request A Consultation

We understand how overwhelming tax and elder law matters can be.
Therefore, we recommend setting up a consultation with our law firm.

Contact Our Offices

We are available Monday thru Friday from 9am to 5pm (eastern standard time)

Address
1655 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd.,Suite 900 West Palm Beach, FL 33401
Phone
(561) 689-9407
Fax
(561) 909-2107
Mail
contact@LampertTaxlaw.com

Key Facts

Some Interesting facts and figures about our passion tax law.

Number of days

The average number of days a person worked to pay his or her 2014 taxes.

Federal corporate tax rate

Although in reality, many companies usually pay far less than that because of loopholes and subsidies.

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Cost of Filing

Americans spend over $27.7 billion every year doing their taxes.

STATE INCOME TAX

out of 50 states charge their citizens an income tax. The seven states that do not have a state income tax are Alaska, Florida, Nevada, South Dakota, Texas, Washington, and Wyoming.