Jordan Wilcox Tax Attorney

Jordan F. Wilcox

My wife often jokes that I have a one-track mind. Once I set my mind to something, there is no going back. She is right. All my life, if I truly wanted something, I would stop at nothing to get it. (My wife included). Although she says it is annoying sometimes, as my client, it is your greatest asset. I'm passionate about seeing that you get the best help possible, and I tenaciously represent your best interests. I know that the IRS can be abusive, manipulative, and ruthless. The're the most powerful collection agency; I’m your best weapon. Let me tell you a little about who I am and how I got here!

I grew up in Bountiful, Utah. I graduated from Woods Cross High School in 1997. In 1998 I served as a volunteer service missionary for my church, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, for two years. I served in the Netherlands Amsterdam Mission, where I learned to speak fluent Dutch. Being a missionary means service 24 hours a day. There, I learned that I wanted to help people for the rest of my life.

My wife, Kellye, grew up in Salt Lake City. We met in February 2002, and after a short engagement, we were married by October of that same year. I’ve always wanted to be an attorney, but my schooling was long gone. We found out we were expecting a baby in December of 2005. When our first son, Tate, was born, the doctor laid him in my arms, and I knew right then and there that I had to do better for him. I remember clearly that I had been working at FedEx in their inside sales department. It was a good job, but not great. I knew I needed to do something more.

I looked at my wife and said, “I need to go back to school. I need to provide for this family.” And thus, my motivation was born. I immediately enrolled in school at Weber State University, graduating Cum Laude in 2008, and then attended Ave Maria School of Law, where I received my Juris Doctorate in 2012. During all this schooling, we welcomed two other boys into our family, Hayden in 2008 and Cole in 2011. My family is my motivator. I love them and thank them for always supporting and believing in me. We now live in Layton City, Utah.|

While attending law school, I discovered a passion for tax. It was strange because many of my colleagues thought I was crazy, but it made sense. I now understand why I enjoyed it so much because it would become a part of my life to help others who suffer the heavy hand of collection by the IRS. Upon graduation, we moved to Oklahoma, where I gained invaluable experience in tax problem representation. After living in Oklahoma for about a year, we decided we wouldn’t be truly happy until we were back in Utah. In the summer of 2013, we returned to Utah, and I gained further experience in dealing with the IRS while working with a local firm.

That’s enough about me; let’s get down to why you're visiting this site: You're looking for relief from the sleepless nights, constant fear, and uncertainty that come with the burden of owing the IRS.

Read on to better understand where you're and where you can be. I explained that my wife accuses me of having a one-track mind, and fortunately for you, she is right: All I can think about is helping you get past this difficult stage in your life. Let’s change your life for the better!

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