Tulsa IRS Collection Defense Attorney
Helping You Resolve Liens, Levies & Seizures
If the IRS finds you at fault for unpaid taxes, it has broad power to seize your assets/property or issue a lien against your business assets. The IRS can even use a tax levy to seize your property without ever taking you to court.
If you have been audited or are currently dealing with a lien, levy, or seizure by the IRS, contact Eagleton, Eagleton & Harrison as soon as possible. Our knowledgeable and experienced Tulsa IRS collection defense attorney, Charles D. Harrison, can help you understand your legal options and work to protect your rights. Depending on your unique situation, you may have several alternatives to IRS collections available to you.
Call our office at (918) 584-0462 or contact us online today to learn more. We assist clients in Tulsa and across the country.
Working to Protect Your Assets & Properties
Whether you are an individual or a business owner, the IRS can file a Notice of Federal Tax Lien, essentially granting the government rights to your assets. This lien turns your property into security for your outstanding debts. The IRS may also issue a tax levy, which allows it to physically collect your money for the purpose of paying your debts.
There are several different ways in which tax levies can be used to collect money from you. These include:
- Property seizure, in which the IRS can take your physical property, including your home, and sell it in order to use proceeds to pay your debts
- Wage garnishment, which requires your employer to send a specific portion of your paycheck directly to the IRS until your debts are paid in full
- Bank levies, which allow the IRS to halt your bank withdrawals for a period of up to 21 days and, after this period of time, withdraw money from your bank account
- Reduced or stopped tax refunds, allowing the IRS to stop you from receiving refunds you would otherwise be granted via a tax refund; this can affect your federal, state, and municipal refunds
It is important to note that this list is not exhaustive; if the IRS is unable to collect from you in any of these ways, it may find other ways to seize your property and/or collect your assets.
Contact Us for Trusted Legal Representation
As a Tulsa IRS collection defense lawyer with more than 35 years of legal experience, Attorney Charles Harrison can help you work to protect your rights if you are facing an IRS audit or have had a lien issued against your property. Our firm provides compassionate, personalized legal counsel tailored to your unique situation and legal needs. It is important that you act quickly in order to protect your property and your assets.
Request an initial consultation with Attorney Charles Harrison today; call Eagleton, Eagleton & Harrison at (918) 584-0462 or fill out and submit an online contact form.