Happy New Year from Tax Attorney!

We were lucky enough to have had a fantastic 2012. We started a new site, began to offer our customers more extensive services and solved countless people’s worst tax problems.


What better ways is there to bring in 2013 than with a clean financial slate.


When your livelihood is put up against a wall and you are forced to take money out of your paycheck, everything can seem to fall apart. We understand what you are going through and want to give you a 2013 with the piece of mind that your current wage garnishment would be resolved.


We are experts at getting you all of the hard-earned money you deserve.


An IRS wage garnishment is a deduction from your paycheck made by the IRS in order to satisfy a tax debt. This deduction will continue until your entire tax debt is payed or until a deal is reached. Ignoring the IRS will make it worse. Preventing a garnishment is a much easier process than trying to remove an in-place garnishment.


Going through this process alone can terrible, but we are here to do the hard work for you and talk you through every step of the process.


Before the garnishment starts, the IRS is required to send you notices. One when the garnishment is pending an 30 days before the garnishment commences. This will only happen if you have ignored your taxes.


You will then be asked to get all of your filings up to date and you may be required to make an appeal.


This lengthy process is not impossible. Our highly trained, ex-IRS agent, professionals will be working for you and with you the whole time. We make it a point to ensure that you are entirely taken care of and all of your questions are answered.


Let us start your New Year off with a whole new quality of stress-free life.


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