What can an IRS income tax relief attorney do to help you resolve your tax debt problem? There are several things. When you are unable to pay taxes that you owe, there are options available to you to help keep you out of hot water with the IRS. You absolutely do not want to ignore their attempts to contact you, and you and your lawyer need to work with them. A good lawyer can often help stop wage garnishments and liens, and determine the best solution for your particular situation.
This being said, choose who you want to represent you carefully. The IRS income tax relief attorney you decide on should have expertise in this specialized area of law. While many are adept at marketing and advertising their services in a way that is compelling, this does not necessarily mean they have the experience and knowledge needed to help you resolve your tax debt. You want to be certain that they are well qualified. Some are very good when it comes to marketing their services, but not as good at the service they offer as they are at the marketing of that service.
Not only do you want to be assured that the person you choose is licensed, you want to be aware of exactly what kind of experience he/she has, as well as their limitations. Do they have a background in accounting, or experience in the accounting field? Do they hold a Masters of Laws in Taxation as Mr. Siegel does? Do they handle these cases regularly, and get results? When you are paying for the services of a professional to help you, you should have no doubts about the ability of the IRS income tax relief attorney to know all the options.
When you have issues with debts you owe to the IRS, it can be quite frightening. Often, people do not know what to expect. Will my house be taken? Is my bank account at risk of being frozen? You may not understand what can happen, and it is a stressful situation. A highly qualified IRS income tax relief attorney will discuss your options with you, as well as any questions or concerns you may have about garnishments, levies and other issues.
Cost is another concern for most individuals. When you do not have money to pay your tax debts, you probably do not have the funds to pay exorbitant rates either. Do some research, and learn what the hourly rates are for some of the firms you are considering. Some attorneys require a retainer, and you will want to be aware of payment requirements so that you can determine which is best for you. Mr. Siegel knows your situation, and can offer you a flat fee so you know what your lawyer will cost. An IRS income tax relief attorney can help resolve your problem in a way that is the least stressful for you, if you do the necessary research to choose someone who is truly qualified and experienced.
If you are tired of being shaken-down, call me at (816) 421-0121. If you are tired of the tax lawyers and insurance companies that you pay becoming more of a problem than your opponent, call me.