Write off your attorney fees and other legal fees
I was an attorney for 14 years and this was one of the number one questions. I was a family law attorney along with doing taxes and I would also give tax advice that I would make sure was reflected in any billing I gave to the client. Estate planning this is easy as it is directly related to taxes if you do a trust, but not if you do a will which is not tax deductible. This is one way to protect yourself with the IRS, it doesn't have to be complicated, it can be simple. After having gone to prison, the other thing I figured out with my free time was that you can write off your attorney fees is you are defending yourself with criminal charges related to your trade or business. Save to say their are several ways to make sure you can write off your attorney fees on taxes, its almost as easy as asking for spousal support on a request for order along with child custody. Even if you loose you can write it off. At least that's what I would do. Hope someone finds this interesting.