Cincinnati Bankruptcy Attorneys For Tax Debt Relief

If you are facing debt collection activities by the IRS or the Ohio Department of Taxation, it may seem like a hopeless situation. After all, how can an individual stand up to a powerful tax collection authority? Remember, however, bankruptcy law applies to tax debt as well as other types of debt. You have powerful legal tools at your disposal that can stop tax collectors from taking legal action against you.

The attorneys at The Rose Law Office can help you explore your tax debt relief options, including filing for bankruptcy. Our Cincinnati tax debt and bankruptcy lawyers are here to help.

Tax Debt And Bankruptcy

Is tax debt dischargeable in bankruptcy? It depends largely on the age of the tax debt. In order to be dischargeable, the tax debt must meet the following conditions:

  • The due date for filing the tax return must be at least three years ago.
  • The tax return must have been filed at least two years ago.
  • The tax assessment must be at least 240 days old.
  • The person seeking bankruptcy tax debt relief cannot be guilty of tax fraud or tax evasion.

Our attorneys can help you explore your rights and options regarding bankruptcy and tax debt relief. We are focused on helping you put your debt problems behind you, so you can move on to a post-debt future.

Cincinnati Bankruptcy Lawyers For Tax Debt Relief

If you are struggling with debt and looking for a way out, our lawyers are here for you. Contact us today online or by telephone at 513-621-7902 to arrange a consultation with an experienced Cincinnati bankruptcy lawyer.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.