Tax Problem Resolution Law Firm
Our Tax Attorneys Provide Help to Clients with IRS Problems Throughout the United States.
We are a National Law Firm representing clients with IRS Tax Problems. We assist clients throughout the United States solve IRS Tax Problems. If you have specific Utah issues, we can refer you to a Utah Tax Attorney.
We can assist with:
An “Offer in Compromise” is an agreement between you, the taxpayer, and the IRS. This agreement settles the taxpayer’s legal responsibility for what is owed to the government, for less than the amount originally owed. Once an OIC is accepted, the taxpayer will pay what they can afford, not what they owe. This is different than an “Installment Agreement.” Many times we can settle your tax liability for a small fraction of what you owe.
Martelle Law will give you a free, NO BULL evaluation. We will immediately inform you if you qualify for an offer in compromise or another form of tax relief. We will not place you in an offer that has little chance of success.
The IRS uses two phrases for describing the status of past due taxes which are deemed not collectible: “Non Collectible Status” or “Currently Not Collectible.” Both of these phrases mean the same thing.
Martelle Law is proud to have successfully represented many clients seeking Non Collectible Status. You might qualify for this special program if you find that you do not have the extra income to pay off your debts and you need your entire paycheck to cover all essential living expenses.
It’s a fact of life that we all have to pay taxes.
Unfortunately, life is sometimes messy and even the best-crafted plans can go awry and leave you in a tax lurch, especially with a tax problem. The problem with late tax payments is that your debt is compounded and the resulting penalties and interest can add up to a staggering tax bill. The IRS also has enormous collection powers when it comes to getting its money. IRS officials can seize bank accounts, take paychecks and sell your assets.
If you owe the IRS, you have to take steps to deal with the agency. One of the ways you could do this is through an IRS Installment Agreement or Payment Plan.
You might qualify for a Non Collectible Status if you aren’t able to make the current payments and don’t have enough money left over to provide for basic life necessities. If you do qualify for Non Collectible Status, the IRS will suspend your payments for a length of time.
Our tax attorneys have created a program to help our clients at every step of this process so that our clients can receive a comfortable Installment Agreement or qualify for Non Collectible Status.
When a levy is placed, the IRS will seize the taxpayer’s assets, including the monies in a bank account or a persons paychecks. When a levy is placed on a paycheck, it remains in effect until a levy release is granted. A lien works differently. When a lien is filed against your home or your business, it affects your personal property or the title to your real estate.
As experienced levy attorneys, we are aware of something that you possibly don’t know: there IS a method to getting a levy released.
We have discovered that, if you are incapable of paying your basic, everyday living expenses such as a home mortgage, rent, utilities or car payment, we can take the proper steps to obtain the levy release that you need.
IRS Penalty Abatement is a program allowing you to have your penalties reduced or removed from your tax liability.
In order to be considered, you must qualify. And in order to qualify, you must prove why you could not or did not file the tax returns. You must prove, with good reason, why you did not pay the amount due on the tax or file the return.
We have an IRS Tax Help and Penalty Abatement program that is custom-designed to help you accomplish every individual step necessary to qualify for tax penalty relief.
Our Tax Attorneys are very well versed in all aspects of representing clients with Tax Problems. We provide aggressive and competent Tax Help.
Utah Tax Information:
Utah IRS Offices in major locations
|Ogden||324 25th St.Ogden, UT 84401|
|Provo||173 E. 100 NorthProvo, UT 84606|
|Salt Lake City/Co-Location with UT State Tax Commission||210 N. 1950 WestSalt Lake City, UT 84134|
|Salt Lake City/Downtown||50 S. 200 EastSalt Lake City, UT 84111|
The Taxpayer Advocate Service: Call (801) 799-6958 in Salt Lake City or 1-877-777-4778 elsewhere.