Judgements & Taxes
The Internal Revenue Service has powerful tools for collecting debts. If you have fallen behind on your taxes, you may be facing wage garnishments, bank levies or a lien on your home.
At Wages & Benham, our attorneys have decades of experience helping people in Memphis and throughout Tennessee get out from under the crushing weight of tax debt. We will take the time to learn about your financial situation and concerns, and recommend the debt relief solution that will help you get out of debt and meet your goals.
To schedule a free consultation with one of our Memphis lawyers for stopping judgments, contact us online or call 901-323-3902.
We Will Help You Find a Solution to Tax Debt
Whether we file a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy for you, you will receive immediate relief from IRS collection efforts under the automatic stay. Additionally, any garnishments, foreclosure and repossession actions being taken against you must stop.
Both Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy can help you deal with your past-due taxes. In a Chapter 7, we may be able to help you discharge certain taxes, including those that are more than three years old. In order to qualify for discharge, you must have filed your return on time and not have committed any tax fraud.
In a Chapter 13 bankruptcy, we will structure all of your debts, including your tax debt, into an affordable repayment plan. You will have three to five years to pay off your taxes with no interest, penalties or late fees.
Our lawyers understand that each client’s situation and needs are different. During your free consultation, we spend time getting a good understanding of your financial situation and goals. Then we recommend the right debt relief solution for you.
Contact Our Tennessee Tax Debt and Bankruptcy Lawyers for a Free Consultation
To learn more about your options for getting rid of tax debt, schedule a free consultation with one of our seasoned lawyers. You may call 901-323-3902 or contact us online to learn more.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.