Tax Forgiveness & Resolution in Texas

Can tax debt be discharged through bankruptcy?

Are you eligible for tax forgiveness for back taxes owed to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS)? Many people believe that tax debt cannot be discharged through bankruptcy, but that is false. Filing bankruptcy can result in back taxes, as well as interests and penalties, being discharged. Do you qualify for tax forgiveness? Our firm can help you determine your eligibility

In order to discharge your tax debt, you must meet the following three distinctions:

  • Your debt must be at least 3 years old
  • Your debt must be assessed by the IRS at least 240 days prior to filing bankruptcy
  • Your tax return relate to the debt must have been on file for at least 2 years

Provided that these factors are in place, you may be eligible to file bankruptcy under Chapter 7, Chapter 11, and Chapter 13. In a Chapter 7 bankruptcy filing, an "automatic stay" is enacted which immediately stops creditor collection methods. Debt should be discharged about 90 days after the case is opened. Only after debts are discharged can the IRS pursue collection. During the interim, you can plan for repaying any debt that is not discharged. Chapter 13 bankruptcy or "reorganization bankruptcy" gives you, the filer, the time you need to repay what you owe in smaller amounts. Some debts can be discharged through Chapter 13 as well.

Contact Allmand Law Firm, PLLC to Speak with a Bankruptcy Lawyer Free of Charge

Speak with a bankruptcy attorney for Dallas, Fort Worth, and the Mid Cities about the options suited to your situation. We can work with you find a way to help you resolve tax liens, wage levies, and even to remove existing tax liens. We're here to guide you through this process. Schedule a free consultation to discuss the tax debt relief solutions available to you. We've helped tens of thousands of clients resolve their debt, and we're ready to help you too.

Reach Allmand Law Firm, PLLC at (214) 238-9608!