Tax Lien Lawyer
Has the IRS or state placed liens on your property or vehicles? To get them removed or to resolve other tax issues, contact a tax lien attorney at the W Tax Group right away.
Many people don’t fully understand the consequences of failing to pay their taxes. Some people think that if they don’t have the money or the time to pay right now, they’ll just pay later when they get around to it or when they have the money to do so.
Unfortunately, the IRS isn’t quite so relaxed about collecting the taxes you owe.
When you fail to pay your taxes, you may be surprised to learn that the government can lay claim to your personal property. A tax lien is when the IRS or the state submits paperwork that expresses their interest in your property as an unpaid liability collector.
If you want to keep your property, call a tax lien lawyer as soon as possible—before it’s too late.
What Can the IRS Place Tax Liens On?
The government can make claims on pretty much all of your property. If you don’t pay them at that time, they could even take things further and levy your property. That means they can seize your property and sell it, using the money they get from the sale and putting that toward your unpaid tax liability.
The following are the property types the IRS can place liens on:
- Homes and real estate
Fortunately, a qualified and experienced attorney can help you get the liens removed.
How to Remove a Tax Lien
There are many methods available to help you get your back taxes paid before you lose all of the property you’ve worked so hard to obtain. A tax lien resolution lawyer can analyze your tax liability situation to find the solution that will work best for your unique situation.
In some cases, your lawyer can even have liens lifted by showing the IRS that you qualify for relief. The following are a few of the available resolutions your tax lien attorney can look into for you:
- Offer in compromise (settlement)
- Currently not collectible
- Innocent spouse relief
- Undue hardship
- Installment agreements
Contact a Tax Lien Attorney Today
Tax problems are common, and you can’t solve a problem by wishing it away. You will have to face these issues head-on if you want to convince the IRS or state government to remove the lien it has placed on your property.
Tax issues are complicated, and the resolution process is overwhelming. Many who find themselves struggling with tax liability also find that a lawyer can make all the difference in resolving their issues quickly and with less stress than if they attempted to handle the situation on their own.