Goodlettsville Tax Debt Lawyers
Tax laws, as they are related to bankruptcy, can be complex. While some tax debts may be discharged through Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, others are not dischargeable and will remain owed even after a bankruptcy is complete. The fact that the IRS can garnish your wages without a court judgment against you can make this even more complex.
At Rothschild & Ausbrooks, PLLC, we have spent more than three decades assisting individuals who are struggling with tax debts in Goodlettsville and throughout Tennessee. With the guidance of an experienced attorney, we can provide strategies for bankruptcy that approach the problem of tax debts and how to deal with them, even if those debts cannot be directly discharged through bankruptcy. Sometimes, by eliminating other debts, it can be easier to pay off those owed taxes.
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Some personal income taxes may be discharged through bankruptcy. Business payroll taxes, tax penalties and other types of taxes are typically not able to be discharged. These debts are often more difficult to handle than debts from credit cards and medical bills, since the IRS can place levies on personal property in order to collect taxes.
Our lawyers will fully evaluate your case and your tax burden. If bankruptcy is the right answer for your situation, we can help you file. Even if we are unable to get certain tax debts discharged, it may be possible to stop collections for enough time that you can get current.
Contact Our Goodlettsville Tax Debt Lawyers
Please contact Rothschild & Ausbrooks, PLLC, today to learn from our lawyers about tax considerations for bankruptcy.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.