Our licensed garnishment attorneys stop wage garnishment & protect the assets for California taxpayers
The IRS does not fool around when it comes to collecting tax debt or penalties, and will issue serious garnishments, levys, and liens against you if your tax debt goes unsettled for too long. When you start getting threats from the IRS to garnish your wages, it is essentially the boiling point of your tax debt problems. Once the IRS decides to exercise wage garnishment action against you, they have the power to overstep all legal boundaries to do so. Fortunately, there are options to stop wage garnishment, and it begins with contacting us today and seek the professional help of a licensed wage garnishment attorney to protect your wages and assets
Understanding Wage Garnishments
Before the IRS can garnish your wages, they must send you two notices. These notices should be taken seriously, and it is imperative that you consult a wage garnishment attorney to stop the wage garnishment against you. The first is a warning (CP-297), demanding you to pay off your outstanding tax debt. If you fail to take action after a set amount of days, you will receive a second, and final notice from the IRS (CP-90). If you still fail to take action in the established time-frame, the IRS will take action against your wages. They will contact your employer to notify them of the wage garnishment. Not only is your tax debt situation stripped of its confidentiality, but your personal and professional well-being is in jeopardy.
Contact Us Today to See How Our Garnishment Attorneys Can Help You
In order to stop wage garnishment, it is the utmost importance that you consult a professional wage garnishment lawyer. The dedicated wage garnishment lawyers at Bay Area Pure Tax will contact the IRS immediately, and can usually halt the wage garnishment within 24 hours. We are available 24/7, offer free consultations, and offer up-front pricing. Contact our President, Tim Halcomb, today and take the first steps in protecting your wages and assets.