When The IRS Has A Lien On You Lean On Me
If the IRS has sent you a lien notice, you cannot deny that you have serious tax issues.
You can no longer ignore, deny or hope it will go away. And you absolutely need to know that the lien is in favor of the United States by law and is upon all property and rights to property of the person with the unpaid tax.
Even if you owe other creditors, the IRS lien will take precedence.
In fact they will file a Notice of Federal Tax Lien, putting other creditors on notice regarding their claim.
If you find yourself in this situation, you’re going to need someone to lean on. Someone who has workable strategies that may be able to prevent or delay or help you satisfy the lien. If you ignore the IRS, a lien could lead to a levy which means the IRS could seize your personal and business assets. It’s imperative that you engage the services of a professional tax resolution attorney like those at Taxation Solutions. But do not try to go it alone. You never know what you might say that could make your situation with the IRS worse rather than better.
If your home or business has a federal tax lien on it, you have to satisfy the lien before you can either sell or refinance.
However, there are a number of ways to work around this that I and the other attorneys at our firm deal with on a daily basis. The IRS would rather resolve your tax issue than levy your account.
So, again, if you or someone you know is in tax trouble, you really do need someone to lean on. Someone with a depth and breadth of experience that can let you sigh a breath of relief who can assure you that your tax issues will be solved in the best possible way. So take a deep breath and give us a call today.