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Alaska Real Estate Attorneys Who Can Advise You On Property Tax Disputes And Litigation

Dillon Findley & Simonian, P.C., is a boutique law firm that was founded over 30 years ago in Anchorage to serve clients throughout Alaska. Its team of litigation attorneys were born and raised in Alaska, and they work hard on behalf of their Alaskan clients. They understand the issues that are unique to Alaska, including those facing municipalities and property owners. If you are in the middle of a property tax dispute and possibly facing litigation, our legal team of litigators, tax attorneys and real estate lawyers can advise you through the entire process.

Experienced In Property Tax Dispute Litigation

In general, property tax disputes are relatively common with respect to land and real estate litigation matters. Our firm has successfully litigated and negotiated major oil and gas property tax cases at the administrative, trial court and appellate court levels. We have advised on complex taxation issues involving pipeline, exploration and production property. One of our precedent-setting cases, for instance, involved the valuation of the Trans-Alaska Pipeline System. Our firm understands the assessment and audit process, the valuation methods for assessing property, tax caps, and the application of exclusions and exemptions from taxable property. We offer skilled and experienced attorneys in interpreting ordinances, regulations and statutes, specifically related to property taxation.

Call Today For A Free Consultation

Property tax disputes are difficult but not impossible to solve. Our team of litigators at Dillon Findley & Simonian, P.C., regularly handles complex civil litigation cases and offers free, initial consultation appointments. To schedule your  appointment, send us an inquiry using our online form or call our office at 907-519-0668. We look forward to hearing more about your property tax issue.