Bankruptcy & Tax Debt
Although it carries some negative connotations, filing for bankruptcy is one of the most effective ways to help eliminate your debt and secure your financial future. Many people mistakenly believe that bankruptcy cannot help them clear up tax debt. In reality, there are certain situations in which you can discharge your back income taxes through bankruptcy.
At Buchalter & Pelphrey Attorneys At Law, we have over 50 years of collective experience in dealing with bankruptcy and tax law. We have a comprehensive understanding of how bankruptcy can impact your existing tax debt, and will work tirelessly to help you get relief when you retain our firm.
Thousands of clients have chosen to trust Buchalter & Pelphrey because:
- We have more than 50 years of experience.
- We handle both simple and complex cases.
- We are passionate advocates for our clients.
- We offer free case evaluations.
Discharging Past-Due Income Taxes
Although the conditions and restrictions for discharging taxes can be fairly confusing, our firm has the experience and understanding to capably guide you through this complex process. To discharge your back income taxes through bankruptcy, the first and most critical step is to ensure that your tax returns have been filed for the years that you owe taxes for. Keep in mind that other tax debts, such as tax liens and recent property taxes, cannot be discharged through bankruptcy. When you retain our firm, we will learn more about your situation and help you understand the options that are available to you.
Want a Life Free of Debt? Call Our Firm!
Few situations in life can cause as much stress and headache as having outstanding debts. However, you don’t have to go through it alone. For more than 50 years our Florida bankruptcy attorneys have helped discharge our clients’ back income taxes and have zealously defended them against the IRS. Thousands of clients have chosen to retain our firm and our proven record of success speaks to the attention and dedication we give each client.
Buchalter & Pelphrey can help guide you through the bankruptcy process. Contact our experienced Brevard County bankruptcy lawyers for a free case evaluation.