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Tax Lien Attorney in Port St. Lucie
Personalized Legal Solutions to Your Tax Issues
Amid growing tax debt, you may face tax liens authorized by the IRS to satisfy your debt. If you are currently dealing with a lien or are about to have one imposed on you, having a multifaceted Tax Attorney, CPA, & IRS EA would be ideal for helping you deal with this properly.
Contact Harmon Tax Resolution, LLC for a free consultation with our Port St. Lucie tax lien attorney to explore your options in the face of a tax lien. Representing debtors throughout Port St. Lucie, Stuart, and Fort Pierce, FL.
What Is a Tax Lien?
A tax lien is the federal government’s legal claim against your property when you have neglected or failed to pay a tax debt. This will happen if you ignore IRS notices regarding tax debts. The IRS files tax liens to protect itself to secure payment of any delinquent tax debt when the property is sold and stays on record until it's satisfied or the statute of limitations expires.
A federal tax lien exists when:
- the IRS places your balance due “on the books” (they assess your liability from either a return or a substitute filed return by IRS).
- the IRS sends you a bill (Notice and Demand for Payment) explaining how much you owe; and
- you neglect or refuse to pay the debt in time fully.
Once these conditions are met, the IRS will file a public document – a Notice of Federal Tax Lien – to alert creditors that the government now has a legal right to your property.
What is a Tax Lien Certificate?
Federal tax lien certificates are certificates of claims that are placed against property as a result of unpaid property taxes. Investors typically purchase tax lien certificates at auction.
What are the Impacts of a Lien?
There are several ways a lien can significantly affect you:
- A Notice of Federal Tax Lien filed by the IRS can significantly limit your ability to get credit by impacting your credit score.
- A lien attaches to all your assets (e.g., property, securities, vehicles) and future assets acquired during the lien duration.
- A lien also attaches to all your business property and all your rights to business property, including accounts receivable.
- If you file for bankruptcy, your tax debt, lien, and Notice of Federal Tax Lien may resume after the bankruptcy.
How Important Is It to Get a Tax Lien Withdrawal Immediately?
- A "withdrawal" removes the public and assures that the IRS is not competing with other creditors for your property; however, you are still liable for the amount due.
- Getting this removed frees up opportunities you are currently limited or prevented from partaking in.
It is imperative to have your Florida tax lien removed as soon as possible. There are several options you can choose from depending on your situation. We can guide you to determine which ones you are eligible for and choose the ideal fit for your situation.
Why You Should Choose Harmon Tax Resolution Team!
- Your case will be reviewed by a multifaceted expert Tax Attorney -CPA-IRS EA who will properly assess your case and determine the best course of action considering your specific situation.
- Having an attorney work your case will ensure aggressive advocacy can help put this behind you and promote a solution that works for both you and the IRS.
- We can help get you back on track if you have unfiled tax returns.
- Your information is safe and secure and held in the strictest confidence.
- We are responsive in our timely communications.
Schedule a free consultation with Harmon Tax Resolution, LLC to get started on your lien concerns with a tax lien lawyer in Port St. Lucie.
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Mr. Harmon is a gentleman who always professionally conducted himself. He is very knowledgeable and organized. I can sincerely say he is always a pleasure. He’s an excellent conversationalist and goes out of his way to give his clients the best service. I would highly recommend him. He’s my attorney, and I also consider him a friend, my wife shares my opinion as well he’s a true gentleman.”
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“I highly recommend him to those who have IRS issues to be resolved.”
We had to go through some hurdles, but I knew the situation was in good hands. He was always accessible.
“Will successfully took care of a stressful IRS tax issue for me. He was able to negotiate a favorable deal.”
He did an excellent job guiding me through the complicated process.
“I appreciated his vast knowledge of business and law from his professional experience.”
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Personal Service From Start To Finish
You will work directly with a tax attorney to develop your personalized plan and fully execute it. Unlike other firms, no lesser caliber individuals will ever work your case.
I can help lift the IRS's weight off your back and achieve the financial well-being you desire.
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By having the backing of a Dually licensed Florida Attorney, Certified Public Accountant, and IRS Enrolled Agent (IRS's Gold Standard for tax expertise), you are assured complete representation, which few tax resolution professionals can offer.
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