IRS Tax Debts/Tax Liens
The IRS is one of the most relentless debt collectors in the world. If you owe income taxes to the federal government, the IRS can and will take aggressive action to recover the debt it is owed.
The IRS has a number of collection methods at its disposal, including:
- Wage garnishment
- Property liens
- Interception of your federal tax rebate
- Bank account levies
Contrary to popular belief, however, certain tax debts may be discharged by a Chapter 7 bankruptcy. To be eligible for discharge, the tax debts may not be too recent. As a general rule, income tax debts that are not at least three years old will not be discharged. However, income tax debts that are more than three years old are often eligible for discharge.
To speak with a Kansas bankruptcy attorney about IRS tax debts, tax liens, tax levies or another debt-related matter, contact the law office of Weston R. Moore in Olathe, Kansas. To schedule a free consultation, call 913-782-7075, or contact us by e-mail.
Prompt Action is Crucial
Before you pay old tax debts to the government, it is important to understand your rights. Before you pay debts that you may be able to discharge through bankruptcy, contact an experienced bankruptcy attorney who can review the facts of your case and help you sort out your legal rights and responsibilities.
Attorney Weston R. Moore is an experienced and dedicated legal advocate who has been protecting the rights of clients since 1995. He is pleased to offer a free and informative consultation to meet with you and discuss your legal options.
Contact a Kansas Bankruptcy Lawyer
We are located in the city of Olathe in Johnson County. To schedule a free consultation with attorney Weston R. Moore, call 913-782-7075.