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Are you currently experiencing tax problems?

You may be in a situation of owing back taxes that are too high to pay but the IRS is demanding the money.  You could be faced with a payment plan that is not realistic and you can't afford to make the payments.  Filing for bankruptcy seems right around the corner but you just don't know how that will affect your tax situation.  Tax laws are complex and the IRS can be a tough agency to bargain with.  At Price Law Group, we have assisted tens of thousands of individuals through tough financial situations.  With the help of an experienced California bankruptcy lawyer, debt relief and debt settlement may become a reality for you and your family. 

There are several primary options available for you to resolve your tax problems.  In order to implement any of these options, you are going to have to become a compliant tax payer.  This means you will need to file any delinquent tax returns, which is an area that a skilled attorney can assist with.  From there, we can work with you to decide our best plan of attack for handling your taxes.

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If you owe a large amount of back taxes and don't feel you are ever going to be able to pay them off, an "Offer in Compromise" may be the best solution for you.  It allows a taxpayer to pay a lesser amount to the IRS which will be a full and final payment.  Our experience can be utilized to prepare an offer that is not more than it needs to be, is realistic for you to pay and has a good chance for approval.  Another alternative is a plan to pay your back taxes over a specified period of time.  If this plan is approved, the IRS will cease collection actions such as wage garnishment or a levy on your bank accounts. 

If neither of these options are approved nor appear workable for you, a viable method of discharging all or part of your tax debts may be bankruptcy.  Chapter 7, Chapter 11 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy can all affect your tax situation differently.  We can explain what each form of bankruptcy is and how it may affect your back taxes.  Tax problems can appear to be unsolvable, but they we can provide solutions for you that have been tested over time.

If the amount of your back taxes seems too high to pay, contact an experienced CaliforniaTax Attorney for skilled assistance in resolving tax debts.

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