When the IRS Takes Your Property

The IRS Has the Power to Take Your Property for Unpaid Taxes

Governmental collection efforts can result in property liens and seizures, bank levies, and wage garnishments.

Governments are often referred to “super creditors,” due to the limited protection afforded taxpayers when facing government collections. Given these super collection powers, governmental collection efforts can be financially devastating for taxpayers.

In fact, taxpayers often have to seek the protection of bankruptcy as a result of the government’s collection efforts. Unfortunately, some tax liabilities are not dischargeable in bankruptcy. Even worse, restructuring such debts in bankruptcy has even become more difficult as a result of recent legislation.

An experienced tax attorney can help halt the government’s collection efforts and advise you as to how you can reduce or eliminate your tax liability.

Please call us at (832) 915-1040 or contact us online to schedule an appointment.