An Attorney Helping Eliminate Federal Tax Liens
Federal tax liens are put in place against homes, businesses and other property when taxes are unpaid. Individuals and businesses facing a federal tax lien can address the issue before the lien leads to further problems, such as delaying a property sale or another transaction that is affected by the tax lien.
Tax lawyer Gerard J. Levins of Levins Tax Law, has over four decades of tax and tax law experience, including experience as:
- An IRS agent
- A practicing CPA
- A “Big 4” tax partner
Tax attorney Levins’ casework and hands-on work experience is complimented by his master’s degree in taxation. If you need legal help regarding tax collection efforts or offshore tax concern, please contact us for effective and committed legal assistance.
Selling or refinancing property? Frozen bank account? For assistance avoiding or removing a federal tax lien, call 866-485-7019.
The Steps We Take In Dealing With Tax Liens
Though it’s best to address a federal tax lien as soon as possible, they are most often addressed when they threaten to prevent the refinancing of a home or business loan, or when a property owner wishes to sell a home or business.
We can work effectively to have your federal tax lien released, discharged or subordinated. The IRS is most willing to subordinate a lien when doing so won’t hurt its interests.
For instance, would you like to refinance your home to a better interest rate? Though you may initially be unable to do so due to a federal tax lien, the IRS will likely agree to subordinate the lien to allow the refinance because its interests would not be damaged.
We can gather all relevant financial and legal documents, review HUD statements and take other steps needed to present your request for a resolution to the IRS, and represent you in all communications and hearings. Our representation has allowed numerous individuals and businesses to get federal tax liens released, discharged or subordinated.
More Than 40 Years Of Tax Law Experience
For more information and to schedule a no-obligation confidential consultation regarding federal tax liens, please email our firm today.
We are available for evening and weekend appointments by request. We also accept American Express, Visa and Mastercard. We have an office conveniently located in Framingham, just minutes from the Massachusetts Turnpike. We also have an office on Newbury Street in Boston.