Eliminating or Discharging Taxes in Trumbull, CT
Local, state and federal tax problems deserve the best available tax relief legal counsel. At the Law Offices of Neil Crane, we've been providing the full range of solutions for Trumbull, CT residents since 1983. We utilize our knowledge and experience with all possible legal options to provide our tax clients with the answers and relief that permanently solves overwhelming tax problems. Trumbull attorneys, tax professionals, and accountants entrust our attorneys with their most difficult tax clients based on our thirty year reputation and history of success. We understand all the legal options available to address all types of tax problems. We know how to use all chapters of bankruptcy protection to stop tax collection actions.
All chapters of bankruptcy contain strong and specialized provisions for asset protection and the elimination or restructuring of taxes of any kind. Through a successful history of over 30 years of bankruptcy practice, we are able to provide full bankruptcy tax relief under any chapter of bankruptcy:
Chapter 7 completely discharges older state and federal taxes.
Chapter 13 eliminates or restructures all taxes regardless of their age or type
Chapter 11 discharges older tax debt and provides favorable repayment of all personal or business taxes of any kind over a Plan of Reorganization.
Our complete understanding of all chapters 7, 11 and 13 bankruptcy allows us to provide you with the full range of legal solutions available for solving all types of business and personal tax obligations.
To learn more about discharging or eliminating tax debt, contact an experienced tax attorney at the Law Offices of Neil Crane. Call us at 203-230-2233 or toll free at 1-888-249-3027. Or complete our online Contact Form for a prompt response to your inquiry.
Bankruptcy Tax Relief Solutions Since 1983 at the Law Offices of Neil Crane
All chapters of bankruptcy contain a set of strong provisions for the elimination or restructuring of all forms of local, state and federal taxes:
State and Federal Income Tax Under any chapter of bankruptcy, taxes over three years old, filed for two years and not recently assessed can be eliminated. Newer taxes can be repaid with lower interest and no future penalties or fees under Chapter 13 or Chapter 11 personal cases.
Local Real Estate Taxes and tax foreclosures in any stage can be stopped with back taxes repaid over a three-to-five year Chapter 13 plan.
Trust Fund Taxes like sales tax or state and federal payroll tax can be frozen, subject to the automatic stay, and then repaid over a three-to-five year repayment schedule without impacting your business.
Personal Property Taxes over a year old are dischargeable. More recent taxes can be repaid in Chapter 11 or Chapter 13 proceedings.
Experienced Bankruptcy Tax Lien Removal and the Automatic Stay
The filing of a petition under any chapter of bankruptcy will immediately stop all forms of collections, liens, levies or other attachments through the immediate creation of an automatic stay. The automatic stay halts all forms of tax collection and provides the time to create a customized plan for tax resolution based upon the provisions of the Bankruptcy Code and your specific budget. The Bankruptcy Code also provides for the removal of attachments, liens, levies and garnishments, even those already in effect before the bankruptcy filing.
Bankruptcy allows for the removal of liens already placed on property and provides an automatic stay against all future collection actions. Through a properly filed and prosecuted motion in a properly filed bankruptcy, experienced counsel can remove liens against:
- Personal Property Attachment and Repossession
- Wage Garnishments
- Bank Account Levies and Executions
- Real Estate Liens and Attachments
- Business Assets, Levies and Seizures
- And Other Levies and Seizures
To learn more about the automatic stay or lien removal provision of the Bankruptcy Code, contact an experienced Trumbull bankruptcy tax attorney at the Law Offices of Neil Crane. Call us at 203-230-2233 or toll free at 1-888-249-3027, or fill out our Contact Form to receive a prompt response to your questions and concerns.