IRS Tax Attorneys | Texas Garnishments, Levies, and Liens
Texas Garnishments, Levies, and Liens
Serving clients throughout Texas and the U. S.
If you owe back taxes, don’t underestimate the power of the Internal Revenue Service. Authorized by the Internal Revenue Code, the IRS will exercise its right to collect taxes by levy upon your property or rights to property, if you neglect or refuse to pay the tax due within 10 days after receiving a notice and demand for payment.
IRS code allows seizure of your salary and bank accounts as well as real estate, IRA, 401(k) holdings and any money that is owed to you. While IRS code (Sec. 6443) specifies some exemptions from levy, garnishment of your wages and property seizure may leave you unable to pay bills and business expenses, and place your family in economic peril.
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Whether you have received an IRS demand notice which you cannot pay, or if the IRS has already applied an IRS levy, wage garnishment, property seizure or filed a tax lien for unpaid taxes, it is crucial to use the utmost care in dealing with Revenue officers. The most important step you can take is retaining a tax attorney to help protect you.
At Bailey & Galyen, tax attorney Bradley Conway is uniquely prepared to assist his clients and arrive at viable solutions. Expertise derived from more than 25 years of working at the highest levels of the IRS as well as in private practice, gives Mr. Jordan in-depth understanding of tax issues from the IRS and the taxpayer’s perspective.
When you need legal help to lift bank levies, stop seizures, or obtain wage garnishment or bank levy releases contact the Bailey & Galyen tax department to arrange an appointment to learn how Mr. Jordan’s experience can benefit you.