As you may have discovered, the Internal Revenue Service can be very aggressive in its attempts to collect on tax debt, whether it is related to personal or business income. The IRS can legally go into a taxpayer’s bank account and take wages to satisfy the debt — this is known as levying an account — and it can garnish a significant portion of a taxpayer’s income without suing that taxpayer. Such collection methods can make life miserable for people who may already be struggling to meet their financial obligations.
The IRS can also put liens on and seize personal property. If a lien, which is essentially a public notice, is placed on your house, for example, you will be unable to sell it until the lien is removed, and your credit may be impacted adversely. In such cases, the help of a skilled tax lawyer becomes essential.
If your bank account is being levied by the IRS, or if a lien has been placed on your property, we can put a stop to it through legal intervention with the IRS. Tax attorney Taylor Randolph has helped many people get their financial lives back on track by working with the agency on their behalf and reaching agreements that stop levies and other intrusive measures. In your situation, the solution may include:
At Randolph Law Firm, we can help you remove a federal tax lien and get a workable plan for all your debts. While you may owe taxes, you have rights as a taxpayer that we will fight to protect. Contact us to speak to a knowledgeable Nevada attorney about your situation.
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