Tax Liens & Seizures
Like any other creditor, the IRS wants a form of collateral to secure the debt that you owe them. If you owe back taxes to the IRS, they have the right to put a tax lien on your real estate property and other assets. At tax lien can hurt you credit rating and it can create circumstances in which you and your business cannot borrow money.
The IRS is hoping that you will sell your assets and property and give them the proceeds to pay what you owe. If you do not pay your back taxes, the IRS may foreclose their lien on your assets. The Law Office of John McDuff, P.C. will aggressively defend your case, even if the IRS has the Justice Department file a lawsuit against you and your real estate. John McDuff work with you to set up a payment plan, offer in compromise, or another type of tax settlement so that you are able to hold on to your personal property. If a tax lien has not already been made, we will work hard to prevent it from happening.
Contact The Law Office of John McDuff, P.C.
The Law Office of John McDuff, P.C. offers decades of experience representing taxpayers against tax disputes in Austin and Central Texas. Contact our law firm at 512-457-1177 to discuss your case.