The attorneys at Lovelace Law, P.C. help clients resolve their disputes with the IRS and help clients with a wide variety of IRS collection actions and appeals
The attorneys at Lovelace Law, P.C. help clients resolve their disputes with the IRS and help clients with a wide variety of IRS collection actions and appeals.
Getting a notice from the Internal Revenue Service (“IRS”) can be scary. If you receive an IRS collection notice, notice of intent to seize (levy), notice of intent to file a federal tax lien, notice of an IRS Penalty Assessment, notice of an IRS Audit, or other IRS Notice, contact an attorney at Lovelace Law, P.C. today in order to minimize potential consequences, including penalties and accrued interest, to preserve your legal rights, and to begin the process of working out a settlement arrangement with the IRS. If you choose to ignore the IRS notice it will not likely just go away. Inaction could result in a seizure of your property, a lien, levy filing, or wage garnishment, among other IRS assessment or collection activities.
There are steps you can take to ease the burden of the IRS notice, including stopping the IRS from filing a lien or levy or proceeding with another seizure or wage garnishment. If your notice involves the assessment of additional tax or penalties or seeks to audit your tax return you must take affirmative steps to preserve your legal rights. The attorneys at Lovelace Law, P.C. can assist with the following types of IRS Representation:
- IRS Audit Representation
- IRS Appeals Representation
- IRS Collection Matters
- IRS Lien Removal
- Stopping IRS Levies
- Stopping Wage Garnishment
- Innocent Spouse Relief
- Offers in Compromise
- Installment Agreements
- Penalty Abatement Requests
- Payroll Tax Matters
- Trust Fund Recovery Penalty Relief
- First Time Penalty Abatement Requests
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