Tax Debt Help

Many of our clients will come to our offices to discuss their entire financial situation and, oftentimes, this may also include tax issues and problems.  For instance, an individual may be behind on taxes and the amount owed to the IRS has increased dramatically due to penalties and interest. Wages may be garnished,  federal tax liens placed on real property and levies on bank accounts are among some of the worries and concerns that plague our clients with tax issues or problems.

Our clients who are business owners may also have business tax or trust fund tax for which they are personally liable. Additionally, our clients may have other financial issues in addition to tax debt.  Whatever the case may be, if you only have tax debt that you are concerned with or if you have a myriad of financial issues that are worrying you, our law offices offer a free consultation in the office to determine if we can assist you in any or all of these areas.

Our lawyers are knowledgeable in the ways of dealing with the IRS and we stand ready and able to assist you. Our lawyers are local and live in the community along with our clients. We will meet with you in person in a private and confidential setting. You do not need to give out your personal financial information over the phone to a stranger at a 1-800 number that you see on a late-night TV commercial.

Our lawyers can handle all aspects of tax issues to include installment agreements, offers in compromise, innocent spouse defense and even, contrary to popular myth, we are also able to help our clients discharge tax debt through bankruptcy under certain circumstances.  Please contact the Bond and Botes office nearest to you to schedule a free private and confidential initial consultation with one of our licensed attorneys so that we can jointly evaluate your situation to see the best course of action for you.

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