Tax Negotiation & Litigation
For most businesses and individuals, dealing with tax issues is overwhelming. Consulting with an experienced attorney can help to resolve issues quickly and efficiently. Do not just ignore the warning notices you receive. Many do not realize several options exist for avoiding tax litigation.
If you find yourself unable to pay your outstanding tax responsibilities in full, some alternate methods may include:
- Declaring bankruptcy. Depending on your circumstances, it may be possible to seek relief from portions of your tax debt, stop wage garnishment and have liens removed by declaring bankruptcy.
- Establishing a payment schedule. With an experienced attorney, it is often possible to set-up an installment plan and slowly payoff tax deficiencies while limiting the impact on daily life and avoiding expensive litigation.
- Negotiating an offer. It is frequently possible to prepare an offer in compromise with the IRS for clients with significant unpaid tax liability. With the help of an attorney, you may be able to reach an arrangement to only pay a portion of the total tax debt owed.
Attempting to merely wait for the statute of limitations to run on your taxes is not a practical option. Often the most cost-effective method to eliminating tax debt is to pursue a fair tax settlement. At LeBaron & Jensen, our attorneys are prepared to negotiate your best interests and litigate if necessary. By creating a plan and working to achieve relief, it is possible to have your tax debt resolved.
Contact the law firm of LeBaron & Jensen P.C. to schedule a consultation: