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Seattle IRS Lien Release Lawyer - Bellevue Tax Lien Removal Attorney

Experienced Legal Counsel in IRS Tax Lien Matters. Serving Washington State Including Redmond, Renton, Kirkland, Issaquah, Edmonds, And Federal Way

If you have received a collection letter from the IRS, consulting with an experienced Seattle IRS tax collection and lien attorney as soon as possible can help you protect your rights and avoid penalties and other consequences such as liens, levies and garnishments. At Insight Law in Seattle, Washington, we are powerful advocates for business owners and individuals who are facing IRS collection actions. We take a comprehensive approach to help you resolve your tax issues and minimize liability.

You should never deal with the IRS directly. Our lawyers have the knowledge and experience in tax law to negotiate with the IRS from a position of strength.

Minimize the Impact of IRS Collections Actions

If you have lost in tax court, you will receive letters from the IRS implying that you must pay the amount owed in full. Our lawyers will work with you to explore alternatives that may reduce the amount of taxes you have to pay, including:

  • Offer in compromise: If you do not have enough income or equity in your assets to satisfy your tax liability in full, an offer in compromise may reduce your liability. Once an offer in compromise is received, collection actions will stop until the offer is accepted or denied.
  • Innocent spouse relief: If you and your spouse filed a joint return and the tax liability is associated entirely with one spouse, the other may be able to request innocent spouse relief. You have only two years after the commencement of collection action to pursue innocent spouse relief.
  • Currently not collectible: If you earn less than your expenses, you may be able to seek relief under currently not collectible. This type of relief stops collection actions once it has been accepted.
  • Reduced payment plan: You may be able to negotiate a reduced payment plan with the IRS if your current income level will not allow for full payment at the end of the 10-year period, yet your income is not low enough to qualify you for currently not collectible.
  • Bankruptcy: Many people mistakenly believe that tax debts cannot be discharged in a bankruptcy. This is not true. However, bankruptcy is always a last resort and should only be used in certain conditions.

Seattle IRS Lien Attorneys - Bellevue Tax Lien Lawyer - Everett IRS Tax Liens Attorney

Our firm provides top-notch client-focused legal representation from a local Tax Attorney at an excellent price. If Insight Law cannot provide a solution, there is no risk and you will owe nothing. Call 206-922-8078 or contact us by e-mail to arrange a free initial consultation or case evaluation directly with a Tax Lawyer at our firm.

Client Testimonial:

"I was hit with an unlawful tax assessment & I was in a panic. I contacted Chris & the minute I started talking to him he calmed me down & instantly started taking care of things. He was so knowledgeable & quick with his response that in no time we had things figured out and told me what steps will be needed. In no time step by step he helped me to a successful outcome. He is the best. I would recommend him to everyone."

Terri J., Seattle, Washington

Office Locations

Insight Law
800 5th Ave.
Suite 4100
Seattle, WA 98104

Phone: 206-922-8078
Toll Free: 877-343-4358
Fax: 206-641-9661
Seattle Law Office

Insight Law
15111 8th Ave. SW
Suite 302
Burien, WA 98166

Phone: 206-922-8078
Toll Free: 877-343-4358
Fax: 206-641-9661
Burien Law Office

Insight Law
6320 Evergreen Way
Suite 214
Everett, WA 98203

Phone: 206-922-8078
Toll Free: 877-343-4358
Fax: 206-641-9661
Everett Law Office

Insight Law
800 Bellevue Way NE
Suite 400
Bellevue, WA 98004

Phone: 206-922-8078
Toll Free: 877-343-4358
Fax: 206-641-9661
Bellevue Law Office

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