IRS Levies, Liens and Seizures
Choose Britt and Burroughs to help you avoid or mitigate the threats of IRS levies, liens and asset seizures:
- Stop the IRS from seizing your bank accounts
- Stop the IRS from seizing your property and home
- Stop the IRS from seizing Social Security checks
- Stop the IRS from garnishing wages or business income
- Stop the IRS from filing a federal tax lien against your property
- Lien Withdrawal and Release
Should you ever be faced with the prospect of IRS tax levies, liens or asset seizures, call Britt and Burroughs to analyze your tax situation. We tailor our legal counsel to obtain the best result for you.
When the IRS or the Georgia Department of Revenue has initiated collection actions against you, there are still ways we can help. By working with Britt and Burroughs, you will benefit from our major strength — personal attention — which allows us to personally tailor IRS negotiations and settlements that are appropriate to your situation.
Do not lose sleep over IRS or state levies and liens. Call Britt and Burroughs to help you get the tax relief and resolution you deserve.
When individuals face tax levies, the IRS threatens to remove money directly from their paychecks, bank accounts or Social Security payments. The same is true for businesses. Our goal is always to get levies released as soon as possible. We can negotiate with the IRS to find alternatives to tax levies or to mitigate the effects of an unfavorable tax judgment.
Tax authorities can file liens on your assets, garnish your wages or levy your bank accounts. Call Britt and Burroughs today if you have any outstanding federal or state tax liability. We have extensive experience negotiating with tax authorities on behalf of taxpayers to resolve past due liabilities – sometimes for less than what is owed.
Stop Enforcement Actions
Even if the IRS or the Georgia Department of Revenue has initiated collection actions against you, there are still ways we can help. Our attorneys have extensive experience removing federal and state tax liens, reducing wage garnishments, and stopping or postponing bank levies. Call us today to discuss how we can help you remove, stop or curb collection activity.
The law gives the Internal Revenue Service broad power to seize assets as compensation for unpaid federal tax debt. And make no mistake – it can be extremely difficult to reclaim items once they are lost to the federal or state taxing authorities. For this reason, it is best to act quickly if you believe that a seizure might be possible. Britt and Burroughs knows how to take quick action to prevent IRS seizures.
When faced with the prospect of asset seizures, call Britt and Burroughs to analyze your tax situation. We tailor our legal counsel to obtain the best result for you.