Does one of your CPA/Attorneys have the ability to contact an IRS
agent directly to find out whether or not a personal Income Tax Return
for 2010 had been filed?
During our divorce
,the court order that my now deceased husband and myself file our 2010 tax year jointly. It was determined by the executor of my former husbands daughter that his attorney file on behalf of both of us
. I signed and returned all necessary forms
to the attorney. He acknowledged he received them. They also hired the CPA firm of their choice to prepare Federal
returns. The refunds were to be divided equally between us. I finally received my share of the State return but never received my share of the Federal return.
Their attorney was recently disbarred from practice for criminal actions that I just learned about recently when sending a certified letter to his office. It was returned to me as "no such addressee". My step-daughter (who hired him to represent her father (my ex-husband) refuses to speak to me.
I know I can go online and request a transcript but I am unable to speak directly to an IRS agent about this incident.
Is any expert in your organization able to simple get the information as to whether or not a 2010 return was filed?
I am very concerned about delinquency in filing
a return and the fines and penalties associated with it.