Federal Tax Liens

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You don’t want the IRS to file a lien on your property for unpaid taxes.

A lien is a legal claim the IRS files against your real estate, financial assets, business accounts receivable, and other property to secure payment of a tax debt. Liens are public. They stay on your credit report for seven years. This applies even if they’re paid in full.

A skilled tax attorney, if contacted in time, can take steps to prevent a federal tax lien from being filed. If the lien has been filed, we can help resolve it through lien release, Offer in Compromise or other means, depending on the specific circumstances surrounding the case.

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