Got a High Property Tax Bill? Consider Applying for a Reduction of Your Property’s Taxable Value

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Did you recently get slapped with a surprisingly high property tax bill? Consider applying for a reduction of your property’s taxable value. Your county’s board of revision will conduct a hearing, and you will bear the burden of proving that your property was over-valued. If the board reduces your property’s value, the new value will usually apply to future tax years, which will save money on your tax bills well into the future. There are many intricacies to this process, and an experienced attorney can navigate it for you to optimize your opportunity for a value reduction.

Best Lawyers in America 2021 recognizes 15 Strauss Troy attorneys

Strauss Troy is pleased to announce that 15 of our attorneys have been included in the 2021 Edition of The Best Lawyers in America. Attorney Pete A. Smith was also recognized as Lawyer of the year in Project Finance Law and Real Estate Law.  Strauss Troy Co., LPA would like to congratulate the following lawyers named to The Best Lawyers in …Read More

Coronavirus recovery rebates: when is the check in the mail?

Dear Client: You’ve probably heard that IRS will be making millions of ”economic impact payments” (also called ”recovery rebates”) in the coming months to help people stay afloat during this time of economic uncertainty related to the COVID-19 crisis. Here’s what you need to know about this program. Amount of payment. IRS will soon begin …Read More

A Message from Marshall K. Dosker, President, Strauss Troy

To all clients and friends of Strauss Troy:

We hope that you remain well during these challenging times. Like you, we at Strauss Troy have been busy preparing and planning for all aspects of this unprecedented event.