Every real property owner is required to pay property taxes. Given the state of real estate, it is likely that issues will arise concerning tax matters. If you suspect that you are paying too much in property taxes, it is a smart idea to seek legal counsel from an experienced tax lawyer. The Chicago property tax attorneys at our law firm can help determine if you are being overassessed or if you are eligible for a tax reduction.
Reveliotis Law, P.C. serves clients throughout Illinois and the Chicagoland area in commercial taxation law matters. Our firm is led by George Reveliotis, a highly experienced tax attorney. George is committed to providing quality legal counsel, guidance and advocacy for his clients. Focused solely on tax law issues, we have the skills, resources and knowledge necessary to help our clients with even the most complex matters.
Resolving Your Legal Matters in an Efficient Manner
Our attorneys are adept at handling a wide range of taxation law matters. We understand that our clients are looking for efficient and effective legal advice. At our firm, you can count on our team to take a direct approach to finding a legal solution that meets your goals. We are skilled negotiators and experienced in the courtroom, and will make certain your best interests are protected at all times.
Common Property Tax Issues
For commercial properties, issues commonly arise when the valuation of the property is greater than the fair market value of the property. If your property is being overassessed, you may be paying too much in taxes. We can take action to review your tax statements and ensure that you are paying the proper amount in taxes. If you are being overassessed, we may be able to file an appeal for a reimbursement.
- Please visit our Property Tax Newsletter for additional information on property tax issues.
The Tax Reduction Process
At Reveliotis Law, P.C., we will review all recent tax activity and relevant property history. We will also examine materials such as income and expense documentation, sales and uniformity in order to determine if there is a strong legal position that we can take to create a defense against the increase in real property taxes. We take a comprehensive approach to analyzing our clients' tax situation and work to make certain that your best interests are fully protected.
Contact Our Attorneys
Please contact our firm at 312-239-6430 to schedule an initial consultation.