Bridgeport Tax Lien, Levy and Seizure Attorneys

Extended failure to file tax returns or make payments on overdue taxes can lead to more drastic collection methods, including Internal Revenue Service or State of Connecticut Department of Revenue Service collection enforcement that includes:

  • Liens
  • Levies
  • Attachments
  • Garnishments
  • Seizures

All of these extreme measures can be prevented, halted and even reversed with the assistance of experienced and specialized delinquent tax professionals like the attorneys at the Law Offices of Neil Crane. We've been dealing with extreme collection efforts for our Bridgeport and Fairfield County taxpayers since 1983. It's never too late to solve even the most severe of tax problems. Don't panic! Call us for a free consultation at 203-230-2233 or toll free at 1-888-249-3027.

Tax Liens on Real Estate, Assets and Bank Accounts

Federal, State and local tax collectors have statutory authority to attach and seize assets of all kinds without the need for court orders or court legal process. These collection efforts can have very detrimental effects on taxpayers, their businesses and their chances for recovery if they are not addressed by experienced tax relief professionals. Tax levies usually take the following forms:

Real Estate Tax Liens:

Your home or any other real estate belongs to the delinquent taxpayer can be liened by filing a notice of local, State or Federal tax lien in the town in which the real estate is located. This can be done without notice or court order, and can complicate your tax issue or even lead to the foreclosure of your property. These liens are resolvable and removable, but they need to be promptly addressed with professional assistance.

Bank Accounts

Individual taxpayer or business bank accounts can be levied or garnished, resulting in the freezing or seizing of all money available in any taxpayer account. This can cause severe negative effects, including the bouncing of outstanding checks as all available bank account balances are frozen for the taxing authority. Protection from this type of extreme collection activity is paramount in any effort to have an orderly an successful resolution of outstanding tax problems of any type.

Wages

Taxpayer wages are subject to garnishment on either a personal or business level without the need for court action. The garnishing of wages or accounts receivable can cause extreme hardship, hindering or preventing a sensible or orderly resolution of even the smallest tax problem.

Avoid Liens, Levies and Attachments

Seek the professional opinion and assistance of one of our experienced attorneys by obtaining a prompt and free initial consultation. Call the Law Offices of Neil Crane today at 203-230-2233 or toll free at 1-888-249-3027 to speak with one of our knowledgeable tax lien, levy and garnishment attorneys.