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Collection Due Process Hearings

If you feel like you are sinking under the weight of unpaid taxes and potentially devastating IRS penalties, such as tax levies, and don’t know what to do, you may have more options than you think. Especially for people who feel their case has not been fairly assessed or handled, there are certain steps that a person who is facing action by the IRS can take. One of these options is requesting and attending a collection due process hearing where you can have your issues and concerns addressed.

Each one of our highly skilled Tax Relief attorneys at the Tax Relief Law Center has the ability to both help you request a due process hearing and to advise you on how to best handle your tax situation. To find out how we can help you find relief from your taxes, contact us by filling out the form at the top of this page.

What to Discuss

If you are granted a collection due process hearing, you are able to discuss any number of issues; however, depending on your situation, there are certain questions or issues that you may want to address specifically, including:

  • Debts paid before any action was taken
  • Automatic stay due to a bankruptcy claim
  • Expired statute of limitations for collection
  • Disputing previous assessed liabilities
  • Presenting a defense, such as a spousal defense

In addition to discussing the above issues, you may want to discuss the collection options available to you. No matter what you choose to discuss, having a knowledgeable tax relief lawyer helping you prepare your case can make the difference between being debt free and having IRS actions, such as tax liens or levies, imposed on you.

Contact Us

To employ the services of an experienced tax relief lawyer of the Tax Relief Law Center and receive the skilled help you need during this difficult time, fill out the form at the top of this page.