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Truthfulness of Clients in Divorce Relating to Criminal Tax Investigation by the Internal Revenue Service
Taxpayers involved in criminal tax investigations are not always completely truthful. Sometimes they cannot remember, sometimes they are confused, sometimes they do not keep their facts straight, sometimes there is selective memory loss, sometimes relevant information is intentionally or unintentionally held back and sometimes clients attempt to deceive or not tell the whole story or misrepresent facts and circumstances. This is important because if an attorney assumes the above does not occur, the attorney can do a disservice to the client and could make matters worse for the client. Therefore, in any criminal tax investigation, regardless of what the attorney asks, and what the client represents, the attorney should keep the above in mind in terms of the handling of the investigation and any contacts with the Internal Revenue Service or contacts with any state taxing agency.
In order to file for a divorce in Illinois, one spouse must have been a resident of Illinois for 90 days, and the case must be filed in the county where either spouse lives.
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