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Legal Services in Atlanta & the Metro-Atlanta Area

Legal aid for pro se and self-represented litigants

Tax Law

Philip C. Cook Low-Income Taxpayer Clinic

Phone:

404-413-9230

Website:

http://law.gsu.edu/taxclinic/

Address:

85 Park Place NE

Atlanta, GA 30303

Mailing address:

P.O. Box 4037

Atlanta, GA 30302-4037

Information:

  • Student clinic that represents and helps low-income taxpayers who have trouble affording  lawyer.
  • Nationally recognized for its lawyer skills training
  • Represents taxpayers who are unable to afford legal representation in federal income or employment tax disputes with the IRS
  • Client’s eligibility depends on the individual’s financial situation, the tax controversy’s elements, and the clinic’s workload.
    • The clinic handles only:
      • Civil federal income OR
      • Employment tax matters
    • Clients must provide information about their financial status
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