Addressing Tax Issues In Bankruptcy
When money gets tight, many people decrease their tax withholdings, increase their dependents and take other steps to increase their monthly take home so they can meet the daily costs of living.
However, these strategies often result in large tax debt. When penalties and continually accruing interest are added in, the amount due can quickly swell to an unmanageable debt.
Many people believe eliminating tax debt through bankruptcy is impossible. It is important to consult with a lawyer who is experienced in both bankruptcy and tax law about your options for tax-debt relief.
At the law office of M. Bradford Randolph, Esq., PLLC, we have been helping people resolve their tax and debt problems for more than 10 years. Together, we will help you develop a plan to deal with your tax debts, regain control of your finances and move forward with your life.
Located in Manhattan, attorney Brad Randolph serves clients throughout New York City.
Is Your Tax Debt Dischargeable?
At the law office of M. Bradford Randolph, Esq., PLLC, we thoroughly examine your tax debt to determine if it is dischargeable in bankruptcy. If so, we will petition for bankruptcy and work to discharge your tax debts. Even if your tax debt is not dischargeable through bankruptcy, there are other steps we can take — such as offers in compromise and payment plans — to help you effectively manage your debt.
Take The First Step To Relief
While it can be difficult to eliminate tax debt, it is not impossible. Contact an attorney who is experienced in both bankruptcy and tax law. Call our office at 212-235-1456, or contact us online to schedule a consultation and discuss your legal options.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.