IRS (Internal Revenue Service) – Federal Taxes

Get the power of experienced tax relief attorneys to resolve your IRS tax problems. When it comes to tax relief, tax audit defense, IRS payroll defense, IRS levy assistance and more, leave it to the experts. IRS tax help is just a phone call away with us. We have immense experience with situations, including:

  • Offer in Compromise – An offer in compromise (OIC) is an agreement between a taxpayer and the IRS that settles a taxpayer’s tax liabilities for less than the full amount owed. If the taxpayer has the means to fully pay the liabilities through an installment agreement or other plan, they generally won’t qualify for an OIC. To qualify, the taxpayer must have filed all tax returns, paid all required estimated taxes for the current year, and if the taxpayer is a business owner with employees, they’ve made all required federal tax deposits for the current quarter.


  • Installment Agreements – An installment agreement is a long-term payment plan where tax payments are made in more than 120 days through automatic withdrawals. You can apply online to set this up, but we highly advise you to contact us first to make sure this is the right tax relief for your case and that you are even eligible.


  • Currently Not Collectible Status – This status represents an agreement between the taxpayer and the IRS that due to a current financial situation, tax dues cannot be paid. When an account has this status, the IRS won’t try to collect from the taxpayer. If you request this status, the IRS will most likely ask for financial information such as income, expenses, and whether you can sell any assets or get a loan. Consult us before requesting this status!


  • Wage Garnishments – Wage garnishments are the most common type of garnishment. It is the process of deducting money from an employee’s monetary compensation as a result of a court order. They may continue until the whole debt is fully paid or arrangements are made to pay off the debt. Worried if this will affect your credit?  We can answer all of your questions about wage garnishments.


  • Bank Levies –  Bank levies can occur because of unpaid taxes or unpaid debt. This is the most common creditor act. With court approval, the creditor removes all funds in the taxpayer’s bank accounts. Specific notice does not have to be given before freezing the bank account, only if a lawsuit has been filed against you or a judgment has been obtained against you does notice have to be given.  We can protect you against bank levies.


  • Seizure Actions – Seizure actions are a scary thought. The IRS can seize property, vehicles, personal property, money from your bank account, and they can garnish wages to satisfy a tax debt.  If you fear a seizure action, contact us as soon as possible!


  • Audit Defense – We will represent you through the completion of any income tax audit. We will review your documentation before the IRS sees it and we will do everything in our power to minimize the financial impact of an audit.


  • Employment Tax Disputes – Most of the employment tax disputes we see are over whether or not workers are employees or independent contractors. When a worker, classified by a business as an independent contract, files for unemployment insurance, the problems begin.  If you are in such a situation, contact us today for advice and discover how we can help you.


  • Federal Tax Liens – When the taxpayer neglects or fails to pay a tax debt, the government’s legal claim against their property is known as a federal tax lien. It protects the government’s interest in the taxpayer’s property, including real estate, personal property, and financial assets. We will help you fight federal tax liens!


  • Revenue Officer Cases – Revenue Officers handle delinquent accounts that are categorized as high priority. The IRS assigns a local agent to specifically work on the case and collect what is owed. Don’t face these cases alone. MW Attorneys will take care of any and all revenue officer cases.


  • High Dollar Cases – We know when a case should be considered a ‘High Dollar Case’ due to our years of experience. Contact us today and we will tell you what your case is and how we can help!