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Relief of Liens, Levies and Wage Garnishments

The IRS is one of the most aggressive and powerful debt collectors in the country. If you owe back taxes, the IRS will do whatever it takes to collect from you, including putting liens on your business and personal property, levying your property, emptying your bank accounts and garnishing your wages. At Insight Law of Seattle, Washington, our Tax Attorneys will help you understand your rights and the options that are available to help you resolve your tax debt.

If you have received a tax lien or notice of levy or garnishment from the IRS, don't wait to seek experienced legal counsel. You have only 30 days to protect your assets. The lawyers at Insight Law will immediately begin working with the IRS toward a resolution.

Get Relief From Tax Levies and Wage Garnishments

When a taxpayer loses in tax court, the IRS starts the collections process, which begins with a letter stating that taxes are owed. If no action is taken by the taxpayer, the collector's efforts get much more aggressive and could include levies, liens and garnishments.

  • Liens: If you owe more than $10,000 in back taxes, a lien will automatically come into effect against all of the property that you own, including your home, car, bank accounts and business property.
  • Levies and garnishments: The IRS has the power to seize any of your property or garnish your wages to satisfy your debts. A court order is not needed in most cases.

Liens and levies could have a disastrous impact on your credit and your ability to run your business. However, you do have options. The IRS usually sends a letter notifying you of a levy, lien or garnishment. You have 30 days to take action or you will lose the right to protect your assets.

Our Tax Lawyers will take immediate action to prevent or stop levies, garnishments and liens. If a levy or wage garnishment is causing you significant hardship, we can negotiate with the IRS to stop it or reduce the amount being collected. We will explore other options such as starting a payment plan, negotiating an offer in compromise or pursuing innocent spouse relief. In some cases, bankruptcy may also be an option.

Seattle IRS Wage Garnishment Attorneys

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 would like to share to all of you guys my personal experience with IRS. Last year my life almost at the edge. One more step all of my family will lived on the street (homeless).I lost my job, I lost my house for foreclosure. I have to pay back to IRS around 15.000 dollars. Finally I met Christopher Larsen (my attorney) .He was a good guys and the best attorney that I ever had. With fully dedicated and respected he came to negotiate my problem with IRS .He was a wonderful person and never give up through the end to find a better solution to handle my case. Once again thank you very much Chris, may always blessed in your career as an attorney. I really appreciated to you and to be honest I'll never forget you as my attorney and also as a good friend. I will recommended you as the best Lawyer in Seattle area to all of my friends, and my family who might need help... Once again... Good Luck... And keep in touch... Thanks"

Thomas, Seattle, Washington

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Insight Law
800 5th Ave.
Suite 4100, Bank of America Plaza
Seattle, WA 98104

Phone: 206-922-8078
Toll Free: 877-343-4358
Fax: 206-641-9661
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15111 8th Ave. SW
Suite 302
Burien, WA 98166

Phone: 206-922-8078
Toll Free: 877-343-4358
Fax: 206-641-9661
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10900 NE 4th St.
Ste. 2300
Bellevue, WA 98004

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