Levies and Liens

Protect Your Assets from IRS Levies and Liens

Dealing with IRS levies and liens can be intimidating and stressful, but you don’t have to face it alone. At Dayes Law Firm, we assist individuals and businesses in protecting their assets and resolving issues related to IRS levies and liens. Our experienced tax attorneys are here to provide you with the legal support you need to safeguard your financial future.  Fill out the form below for your Free Consultation!

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Why Choose Us?

Experienced Tax Attorneys: Our team is composed of seasoned tax professionals with extensive experience in handling IRS levies and liens. We understand the complexities of tax law and are dedicated to protecting your rights and assets.

Personalized Solutions: Every tax situation is unique. We take the time to understand your specific circumstances and develop a tailored strategy to address your levy or lien issue effectively.

Comprehensive Support: From initial consultation to final resolution, we handle all aspects of the levy or lien process, ensuring you receive the best possible representation and support.

Proven Results: Our commitment to excellence and client satisfaction drives us to achieve successful outcomes. We work tirelessly to release levies, remove liens, and resolve your tax issues.

What are IRS Levies and Liens?

IRS Levy: An IRS levy is a legal seizure of your property to satisfy a tax debt. This can include garnishing wages, taking money from your bank account, or seizing other assets.

IRS Lien: An IRS lien is a legal claim against your property, including real estate, personal property, and financial assets, as security for unpaid tax debt. A lien can affect your credit and make it difficult to sell or refinance your property.

Our Levies and Liens Services

Initial Consultation and Assessment: We begin with a thorough review of your financial situation and tax liabilities to determine the best course of action.

Levy Release: Our attorneys work to negotiate with the IRS to release levies on your wages, bank accounts, and other assets, helping you regain control of your finances.

Lien Removal: We assist in resolving your tax debt to remove IRS liens from your property, protecting your credit and financial stability.

Payment Plans and Settlements: We negotiate installment agreements, offers in compromise, and other settlement options with the IRS to resolve your tax debt and prevent future levies and liens.

Compliance and Monitoring: We help you stay compliant with the terms of any agreements and monitor your progress, providing ongoing support and advice.

How Dayes Law Firm Can Help with Tax Resolution

Tax attorneys are highly trained professionals with specialized knowledge of tax laws and regulations, and our team of tax professionals is top-notch. We can provide valuable assistance in resolving various tax problems, and our team is especially adept at dealing with more complex and detailed tax resolution and compliance matters. We specialize in back tax resolution and compliance matters, as well as income tax.

Our tax attorneys can represent clients during IRS audits, help negotiate settlements, appeal tax court decisions, help taxpayers obtain the release of liens and levies, work with clients on tax planning and compliance to avoid future tax issues, offer in compromise, and so much more.

Dayes Law Firm prides itself on delivering customized, inventive, and affordable tax resolution solutions. We are particularly committed to a client-centric service model to offer you the most effective service for your specific circumstances and have a wealth of knowledge when it comes to resolving many tax concerns thanks to our years of experience in this area of law and tax compliance. We’ve seen it all, and we can provide expert guidance, counsel, and representation to help.

Our firm is nationally recognized in tax law for our commitment to our clients and exceptional customer service in providing tax attorney services. We can offer outstanding tax resolution recommendations for your personal tax situation, and we provide free tax relief consultations to individuals and businesses nationwide.

Please call us today to learn more. Dayes Law Firm offers a free, no-obligation consultation to discuss your particular income tax, and we are more than happy to discuss how we may be able to help you during this initial evolution. Contact our lawyers team today to get started!

Questions? Dayes Law Firm Has The Answers

An IRS lien is a legal claim against a taxpayer’s property, both real and personal, used as security for the payment of tax debt. It serves as a notice to creditors that the IRS has a claim to the taxpayer’s assets. 

An IRS levy is a legal seizure of a taxpayer’s property to satisfy a tax debt. Levies can include garnishing wages, seizing bank accounts, taking retirement savings, and seizing other property such as vehicles or real estate. 

The IRS typically only resorts to liens and levies after multiple attempts to contact the taxpayer about their tax debt and attempts to resolve the issue through other means, such as installment agreements or offers in compromise, have been unsuccessful. 

An IRS lien can negatively impact your credit rating and make it difficult to obtain credit or loans. It can also make it challenging to sell or refinance property, as the lien must be satisfied before the property can be transferred. 

An IRS levy can result in the seizure of your wages, bank accounts, or other property to satisfy your tax debt. It can cause significant financial hardship and disrupt your ability to meet your financial obligations. 

Yes, there are several options available to prevent or remove an IRS lien or levy. These include paying the tax debt in full, entering into an installment agreement, negotiating an offer in compromise, or requesting a release of the lien or levy due to financial hardship. 

The IRS is required to notify taxpayers in writing when a lien or levy is placed on their property. You will receive a Notice of Federal Tax Lien (NFTL) for liens and a Final Notice of Intent to Levy and Notice of Your Right to A Hearing for levies. 

If you receive a Notice of Federal Tax Lien or Final Notice of Intent to Levy, it’s essential to take action promptly. You have rights and options, including requesting a Collection Due Process hearing, negotiating a payment arrangement, or exploring other resolution options. 

Yes, taxpayers have the right to appeal an IRS lien or levy through a Collection Due Process (CDP) hearing. During the hearing, you can present evidence and arguments to challenge the lien or levy or propose alternative resolution options.