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Maxwell Tax Levy Lawyer

Dealing with tax issues is best done with the help of an expert attorney. And if that issue concerns the Final Notice of Intent to Levy from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), a lawyer’s professional service is even more essential.

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As a law firm specializing in tax law, Defense Tax Partners can easily assign your case to one of our Maxwell tax levy lawyers who guarantees a personalized and proactive legal service. We will evaluate your case, explain what will happen next, and guide you on the next legal action that is best for your situation.

Regardless of how complicated your case may be, we will do our best to help you remove the IRS levy and offer better alternatives instead. All you have to do is contact us as soon as possible and trust that we will help you with our utmost ability.

Remember, you only have one month to appeal the levy on your accounts and properties. As soon as you receive the Notice and a Demand for Payment, call our Maxwell tax levy lawyer immediately.

Call Defense Tax Partners at (463) 217-3855 for your Free Consultation with an Maxwell Tax Levy Lawyer!

What is a Tax Levy?

The IRS won’t hesitate to get aggressive in their collection methods if you fail to pay your tax debts in a long time. One of these methods is through imposing a tax levy. This will allow the IRS to seize your properties and financial accounts, getting every cent they can to pay your tax liabilities fully.

However, they won’t immediately take all your assets out of the blue. The IRS will first send you a Notice and a Demand for Payment and give you ten days to respond. If you don’t take any action or make the payment, the Final Notice of Intent to Levy along with the Notice of Your Right to a Hearing will be sent next. You will then have 30 days to make an appeal or payment arrangements. Failure to do so will allow the IRS to seize your assets.

The following are some of the assets and properties that the IRS can levy:

1. Bank accounts
2. Retirement accounts
3. Wages
4. Business assets
5. Houses
6. Vehicles

There are also assets that the IRS can levy. Your unemployment benefits or workers’ compensation benefits are included in this category. Unfortunately, all the other assets that can be levied can be seized by the IRS with no limit. They can take as much as needed to satisfy your tax debts fully.

Bank Levies

If thirty days have passed after you received the final notice, your bank will be notified of the levy on your bank account. This will prompt them to freeze your account for 21 days. After 21 days, if you do not attempt to settle or pay your tax debts, all the required funds from your bank account will be transferred to the IRS.

With Defense Tax Partners, you will have a lawyer who will exhaust all ways to help remove the levy on your bank account. One of the common ways is by establishing proof that the levy poses a certain financial hardship on your day-to-day life.

Property Seizure

Your personal and real estate properties can also be seized by the IRS as a form of payment for your tax debts. They will send a revenue officer to your home or business to start taking properties, starting from those located in public (car outside your house) before entering into private areas.

If you stop them from entering, the IRS will get a Writ of Entry and will be legally allowed to enter any of your property for asset seizure. They can also take all your assets that are currently not in your physical possession, such as a car parked at a friend’s house.

Reduced Tax Refunds

If your municipality, state, or even the IRS has given you tax refunds, these can be completely or partially held off to pay for your tax debts. If there’s still anything left in your tax refund, the amount will still be sent into your account.

Wage Garnishment

When it comes to wage garnishment, there is no federal or state tax law that limits the IRS on just how much they can take.

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As long as you still have enough to meet your basic needs, they can always collect the rest of your wage. Your employer is legally required to automatically deduct the payment from your paycheck and send it to the IRS until the tax debt is paid in full.

Fortunately, there are still ways to lift this levy with the help of an expert tax levy lawyer. We can help prove the immediate economic hardship caused by the wage garnishment or negotiate for a reasonable installment agreement with the IRS—both of which can help put a stop to the levy.

Preventing a Tax Levy

Even if the tax levy has already been filed, there is still a big chance that it can be removed with the help of our Maxwell tax levy lawyer. Since the ultimate purpose of the levy is to pay back what you owe to the IRS, we can negotiate on your behalf to reach an installment agreement with the IRS and stop the levy at the same time.

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We will prove that the levy can financially cripple you and assure the IRS of your monthly payments. This way, you get to keep your assets while the IRS can slowly get what you owe them—ideally a win for either party.

If, however, an installment agreement isn’t applicable to your situation, entering into an Offer in Compromise can be a viable option. This will allow you to pay the IRS with an amount much lesser than your original debt.

Defense Tax Partners is always ready to help you deal with levy and try to keep your properties. However, the best way to prevent a tax levy is through managing your finances and paying your taxes responsibly. Our lawyers will gladly guide you on proper tax management and help you find ways to pay your tax debts in the most efficient way possible.

By recognizing your problem and addressing it promptly, you can avoid dealing with the aggressive side of the IRS for good. Call Defense Tax Partners now and let us help!

Professional Legal Representation

There are so many people who are having trouble with their taxes. Defense Tax Partners is one of Maxwell’s most trusted law firms that has already helped thousands of taxpayers in their quest for financial stability. Regardless of the specific issue you’re currently dealing with, our knowledge and experience in federal and state tax laws are guaranteed to give your case a better conclusion.

From simply preparing your tax returns to representing you during IRS negotiations and litigation processes, trust Defense Tax Partners to provide world-class legal services.

We can help in the following taxation concerns:
1. Tax Resolution
2. Offer in Compromise
3. Wage Garnishment Removal
4. Penalty Abatement
5. Bank Levy Removal
6. Innocent Spouse
7. Audit Representation
8. Passport Reinstatement
9. Tax Preparation
10. Tax Lien Removal

Although tax laws tend to be complex and could stir conflicts that are financially stressful above all else, Defense Tax Partners can help tone down the burden of the whole process. We will handle the meticulous checking and organizing of documents, determine the best legal action for your case, and personally deal with the IRS on your behalf.

Let’s Talk Now – Free Consultation

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If you want a legal service that will protect your financial well-being, look no further than Defense Tax Partners. Our tax lawyers will use our knowledge, experience, and resources to look for ways that will mitigate your tax problems.

Even if the order to levy has been filed, it’s still not too late. Let us help you deal with the IRS and negotiate a better payment plan for you.

Call Defense Tax Partners at (463) 217-3855 for your Free Consultation with an Maxwell Tax Levy Lawyer!