The powers of the IRS when it comes to seizures and garnishments are quite broad. The IRS seizes assets in order to pay off a person’s outstanding tax debts. However, before the IRS can show up at your doorstep and start taking your stuff, they need to follow a strict set of rules and regulations. Hiring an attorney who understands the rules can be a big help to your case. While with the IRS as a Tax Attorney Ross Greenberg assisted the IRS in formulating the law with regard to Collection Due Process Hearings. Thus the staff at the Greenberg Law Group, P.A. can get involved with your case and help negotiate a settlement before any of your property is seized.
Wage garnishments are often used by the IRS as compensation for unpaid taxes. Money is taken from a person’s pay check until the debt is paid. Those with back taxes to pay often have other expenses, thus losing a percentage of your monthly earnings can be financially crippling. An experienced tax attorney can give you sound advice on how to best reach a conclusion everyone can live with. In some cases, taking immediate action when you learn the IRS is preparing to garnish your wages allows the situation to be resolved before any money is taken from you. Trust your tax problems case to the skilled attorneys at the Greenberg Law Group, P.A.