Viruni Law represents clients in complex litigation and provides sophisticated solutions in tax matters such as tax controversies, estate and business succession planning, and debt reorganization.
“In our practice, no two cases are alike, so we create unique solutions tailored to each client’s specific needs,” shares Vince Viruni, Esq., founder of Viruni Law. “The issues we face on a daily basis allow us to be analytical and innovative to achieve our clients’ objectives.”
Viruni Law’s clients—individuals and businesses across the nation and overseas—look to the firm for tax-advantaged legal solutions in complex litigation. This includes representation in private and commercial contract disputes, probate litigation, or representation before federal and state agencies in criminal and civil financial matters.
Clients are delighted to work with Viruni, and appreciate his responsiveness, empathy, honesty, professionalism, and dedication to delivering results.
“People are facing increasingly complex issues in dealing with their legal, tax, and financial matters with finite time and plenty of misinformation available online,” he notes. “It is vital to have a trustworthy advisor who can navigate clients through complex systems and put their fears to rest.”
Vince Viruni, Esq.
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Viruni Law is a fast-growing U.S.-based law firm founded by Vince Viruni, Esq., an experienced transactional and litigation attorney. Our firm regularly represents individuals and businesses throughout the nation and overseas in matters varying in size and complexity.
We are there with our clients every step of the way, and clients rely on us to gain peace of mind, financial security, and the freedom to focus on their priorities.
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