Dallas IRS Tax Lien And Levy Attorney
In recent years, the IRS has taken a more aggressive approach to collecting unpaid taxes from individuals and businesses. If the IRS decides to pursue a tax collection action against you, they can place a lien on your home or other property, and they can garnish your wages or seize your bank account, retirement accounts, home or other assets until your tax debt is paid. If you have received a Notice of Levy or are facing these types of actions by the IRS, it is important to be proactive and work with an experienced Dallas IRS levy lawyer at the Law Office of Stanton D. Goldberg to protect your interests.
When you receive a lien filing or tax levy notice from the IRS, you may have the very important right under the Internal Revenue Code to request a collection due process hearing. However, the right to request this hearing is very time sensitive. Once the time expires, you have given up a valuable tool to protect you during an IRS collection action.
Stanton D. Goldberg is both an attorney and a certified public accountant (CPA), and for over 30 years his career has been devoted to the practice of tax law in Dallas. Attorney Goldberg uses his deep knowledge of the tax code and IRS practice to help people who are facing IRS collection actions. He treats every client’s case as if it were his own case, applying his skills to come to positive resolutions.
To get a wage or other levy released or to schedule a consultation to discuss possible IRS levies against you or solutions to IRS tax liens, please call 972-960-2200 or contact our office online.
Understanding Tax Liens And Levies
Tax liens and tax levies are different but both can greatly curtail your ability to buy, sell, or refinance property, can affect your credit score and can interfere with your ability to run your business. We will help you understand liens and levies and what can be done about them.
- Tax liens: If you have unpaid taxes, the IRS can file a lien against your property, including your house, business or other real estate, giving the IRS a security interest in the property and making it difficult for you to buy or sell.
- Tax levies/wage garnishments: The IRS can levy (seize) your bank account and other assets including your wages and your spouses’ wages in order to satisfy unpaid tax debts. This allows the IRS to seize your wages and seize investments and other property until the debt is fully paid.
Contact Our Dallas Law Office
If you have received an IRS notice of filing of a federal tax lien or if they are threatening to file a lien against you and your property, or if you have received an IRS Notice of Levy, attorney Stanton D. Goldberg is ready to help you. To arrange a consultation, call 972-960-2200. You may also contact our office online.