Our Skilled Attorneys Can Help
Bankruptcy laws that relate to discharging tax debts can be very complex. Although some tax debts may be relieved through Chapter 7 or Chapter 13, others are nondischargeable and will remain even after a bankruptcy is complete. It is important to have the experienced guidance of a Tampa bankruptcy attorney to help you understand which of your debts are dischargeable and what your options are in the process.
At Debt Relief Legal Group, we have the knowledge and experience to handle complex financial issues, including those involving bankruptcy and tax debt. We can provide strategies for bankruptcy that approach your problems from all angles and give you a dependable advocate on your side.
Tax and Bankruptcy Issues in Florida
Tax debts can be even more difficult to handle than credit card debts and medical bills, especially since the IRS can garnish your wages even without a court judgment against you. Your lawyer should fully evaluate your case and tax burden. If bankruptcy is the appropriate option for you, we will help you file and guide you through the process with ease.
If bankruptcy is not able to discharge certain tax debts, we can take action to stop the collection of those debts for up to six months. In many cases, this is enough to buy time, discharge other debts and provide a better ability to pay down the line.