Protect Your Property. Prevent IRS Tax Levies And Liens.
As soon as the IRS assesses a tax deficiency against you, a federal tax lien may attach to your real and personal property. If you do not pay your tax liability, the IRS can levy and may sell your property and keep all or part of the proceeds to pay your tax liabilities.
An Experienced Tax Lien And Levy Lawyer Can Help
Located in Manhattan, the tax defense law office of M. Bradford Randolph, Esq., PLLC, helps clients throughout the world to avoid IRS tax liens, prevent IRS tax levies, and protect their financial assets and properties.
As a firm focused on tax law, we know how to use every legal tool at our disposal to avoid liens and avoid levies, including:
- Installment agreements
- Offers in compromise
- Bonds in lieu of collection
Prevention Is Key
Once the IRS levies your property, it will be in control of your assets, including your bank accounts and any real property held in your name. The IRS can also garnish your wages. If you received notice of the IRS intent to levy, you must contact an experienced tax attorney immediately.
Addressing the underlying tax liability is often the only way to effectively deal with a tax lien and prevent a levy from occurring. There are steps you can take to prevent a levy, but you need to act quickly. Mr. Randolph works tirelessly to examine his clients’ financial situation and build a strategic attack on the underlying tax liability.
Unique And Diverse Skills To Address Your Tax Defense Case
Tax defenses in general, and specifically federal and state tax lien and levy systems, are extremely nuanced. Each system has its own complex set of rules and regulations. It is important to consult with an experienced tax attorney who understands the distinctions in each system and knows how to navigate your case at both the state and federal level.
is a highly skilled tax attorney. For more than two decades, he has been providing counsel and advice to individuals and businesses facing a wide array of tax-related issues. In addition to being a lawyer, Mr. Randolph is a CPA. This experience allows him to provide clients with a more in-depth analysis of their tax situation and build comprehensive solutions to their most challenging tax disputes.
Your Case Is Our Priority. Call Us Today.
Located in Rockefeller Center, the law office of M. Bradford Randolph, Esq., PLLC, helps individuals and businesses protect their assets and properties against IRS tax liens and levies. Contact tax lien attorney online or by calling 212-235-1456.