Yes. Often the barrier for a business is scant or sloppy record-keeping. This is where it really helps for your lawyer to also be a CPA. I can help you develop a clear financial report so that there is a real chance at getting those taxes filed.
The solution to your problem really depends upon what you are willing to do. The most important step is to get all of the financial reports completed first; then and only then can a strategy be made. Don't rely on empty promises with something this important.
There are some forms of relief such as "innocent spouse" but these really depend upon the specifics of each situation. There is no "magic bullet" to make the problem disappear but with intelligent planning and aggressive representation, you can put these problems behind you for good.
That is correct but it does not mean that you will owe no tax. It simply means that your business entity is not taxed on its profits; but the amount of profit attributable to your share of the ownership "flows-through" directly to you as taxable.
No. Absolutely not. I believe that the best way to assist you with this problem is to understand how the records were built and where the information came from. I will personally assist you in rebuilding your records and then represent you.
Yes. If we reach a point that Tax Court may required, you will be informed of all your options first. If Tax Court is necessary to resolve an issue, you can rest assured that you will be represented by someone that understands the problem and is willing to fight for your interests.