Maryland Offers in Compromise Attorneys
When you are overwhelmed by debt, discharging those debts through a bankruptcy filing can provide significant relief. While a number of debts are dischargeable, most taxes generally are not. Although certain bankruptcy filings could prove useful in dealing with tax liabilities, other options may be more appealing. Our Maryland lawyers are experienced in successfully submitting to the IRS and State Taxing Authorities offers in compromise. The offers in compromise process is an extremely effective method to reduce your tax liabilities, sometimes for pennies on the dollar. Our lawyers can help you negotiate a compromise of your tax debt through a payment plan with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) that can help make the payment of back taxes more affordable.
At the law firm of Gilman & Edwards, LLC, based in Prince George’s County and Montgomery County, we help clients who are struggling with tax problems throughout Maryland and the Washington, D.C., areas. Contact our Landover tax law attorneys online or call 301-731-3303 to schedule a meeting to discuss your situation.
Dedicated Help With IRS Negotiations
An offer in compromise is simply a negotiated settlement with the IRS or State taxing authority. Settlement can be for a lump sum payment, or a payment plan. While it sounds easy enough, especially through various infomercials on television, such is not the case. As former federal tax prosecutors, our attorneys understand how to effectively argue and negotiate your case before the IRS and state taxing authority, and we will work hard to reach a resolution that you can live with. We believe in educating the client so as to get you the results you expect and deserve. Unlike most firms or organizations, our lawyers handle your IRS compromises personally, making themselves available to you every step of the way. This level of service is simply unmatched by large, nationwide debt relief agencies. Our Washington, D.C., debt relief lawyers can represent your important interests in IRS negotiations.
Do Not Ignore Tax Problems
Most people would prefer to not have to deal with the IRS. However, ignoring your problems will only make them worse. With interest and penalties mounting quickly, your IRS tax bill can get quickly out of hand. Moreover, the IRS has extensive powers to collect unpaid taxes through tax levies, garnishments, liens and seizures. Whenever you are facing IRS and tax issues, it is best to confront the problem with the help of a skilled attorney from Gilman & Edwards, LLC.
Attorney Richard L. Gilman is a former federal tax attorney who worked for the U.S. Department of Justice, Tax Division. He understands how the IRS operates. He will put that insight to work for you while developing a comprehensive plan to address all of your tax problems and overwhelming debts.
Call for a Consultation With a Washington, D.C., Tax Lawyer
There are options for confronting matters involving unpaid taxes. We are prepared to help you. Contact our Maryland offers in compromise attorneys online or call 301-731-3303 to schedule an initial consultation to discuss your situation.