Seattle Bankruptcy and Tax Debt Lawyer
Tax issues can become extremely complex in a short period of time, leaving those with outstanding tax debts feeling they are trapped under an avalanche. State and federal governments are extremely aggressive in pursuing unpaid taxes and will stop at nothing to get the money they claim they are owed. If the IRS is after you, it is in your best interest to consult an experienced attorney.
At The Ballard Law Group, we have extensive experience handling tax debts in bankruptcy for individuals and small-business owners in Seattle and throughout the Pacific Northwest. Our lawyers combine nearly 40 years of bankruptcy experience.
Seattle Bankruptcy and Tax Law Attorneys | The 3-2-240 Rule
There are a number of criteria that will allow a taxpayer to have outstanding tax debts discharged. These are covered by the 3-2-240 Rule, which consists of:
- Three years after the taxes were due, tax debts become eligible for discharge
- Two years after filing the tax return, tax debts become eligible for discharge
- 240 days from the date you were assessed, tax debts become eligible for discharge
We will take stock of your situation and inform you of all your rights and options regarding bankruptcy. In addition to resolving your tax debt situation, we can help you pursue a fresh start through the discharge of other debts such as credit card debt.
IRS Tax Problem? Contact The Ballard Law Group
To discuss your tax debt situation with our Ballard tax debt attorneys, contact us for a free initial consultation.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.