What are your choices?
For many tax debts there are four main ways to resolve tax obligations: (1) pay them in full right away—but if you could do that, you wouldn’t be reading this webpage; (2) discharge them in bankruptcy (if possible); (3) enter an offer in compromise; and (4) enter an installment agreement.
We can also use some combination of these approaches to get you relief. For example, if some of the debt is dischargeable in bankruptcy, but you would have to wait years for all of it to be dischargeable in bankruptcy, we can file a bankruptcy for you to get rid of as much of the debt as possible, and then use an OIC or an installment agreement to deal with the rest. This approach can be especially attractive if you have a lot of nontax debt that is dischargeable.
The Law Offices of Nicholas can help you resolve your tax problems. We’ve been helping people resolve their debt problems since 2004, and we’re very good at it.
Dealing with tax debt is complicated, and not for the ingénue.
Problems with the IRS can seem daunting, and we want to help. Some tax problems you can, of course, resolve on your own, but for more complicated issues it’s best to hire a professional. If you have questions about how serious your tax problem is, or how you should proceed, call us and we’ll let you know what to do next.
It’s up to you! You have nothing to lose. Call and schedule a Free Phone Consultation and we can go over all the ways we can help you. All matters discussed will be confidential.
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