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Tax Levies

A levy is one of the most traumatic events that can occur to a taxpayer. When a taxpayer fails to pay his/her/its taxes and owes delinquent taxes, the IRS and other taxing authorities may resort to wage garnishment and bank levies to seek the money they are owed.

The IRS has the authority to issue a bank levy, wage garnishment, and to seize your assets without a court proceeding. In most cases, the IRS is required to issue a Final Notice of Intent to Levy and offer an opportunity for a hearing before the Office of Appeals at least thirty days before it levies a taxpayer’s property.

A person who owes back taxes is typically already in a tough financial situation. Levies and wage garnishment will only worsen matters, possibly leading to financial ruin. Talking to an experienced tax attorney may be able to protect you from levy or wage garnishment or can work to stop the current garnishment of your wages.

Our team of professionals understands the ins and outs of state and federal tax issues and can offer pragmatic solutions based upon your unique needs. We also handle matters involving bank levies, wage garnishments, and tax liens and can work with the IRS to seek a workable settlement or tax payment plan, depending on your unique situation.

If you owe back taxes and are at risk of a levy, or received a Final Notice of Intent to Levy or Notices of Levy from the IRS, or if you bank account or wages have already been levied, a tax attorney at the Politte Law Offices can work to protect your assets and property. We will get to work immediately in seeking a release of your IRS bank levy or wage garnishment. In addition to resolving emergency situations such as this, we can offer long-term tax planning advice and can assist you in negotiating with the IRS or other tax authority to seek a comprehensive resolution.

Our tax litigation attorneys represent clients before state and federal tax authorities and regularly secure collection alternatives that enable our clients to fulfill their tax obligations. Depending on the type of taxes owed, the age of the liability and the taxpayer’s ability to pay the options include, installment agreements, offers in compromise, bankruptcy, and placing the debt in “Currently not Collectible” status.

Contact the Politte Law Offices to speak with a Denver tax attorney and schedule a consultation.

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