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Representing Yourself in U.S. Tax Court

If you are representing yourself in U.S. Tax Court, check out the Tax Court's web site, which contains a wealth of information for self-represented parties.

The Taxpayer Information link provides information about filing a petition and what to expect before, during, and after the trial. And recently, video explanations have been added to help self-represented parties understand the petition process and pre- and post-trial matters.

If you need legal assistance, check out the Low Income Taxpayer Clinic list for Utah.


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