Bankruptcy And Income Taxes

Many people mistakenly believe that filing bankruptcy is not an effective way to deal with tax problems. This is not true. Although this is a complex area of the law, some tax debts can be discharged in bankruptcy — and filing is the best solution for many people.

Some Tax Debts Can Be Discharged · Bankruptcy May Provide The Time You Need To Pay

If you have substantial IRS debt, state tax debt, or both, it is extremely important to work with an experienced lawyer who has dealt with these problems before. At Goering & Goering, LLC, you can do exactly that. We will:

  • Carefully evaluate the type of tax debt you owe, when those taxes were assessed, and other factors to determine whether these debts may be eligible for discharge
  • Help you evaluate whether eliminating other debts through a Chapter 7 filing will enable you to repay tax debt that is not otherwise dischargeable
  • Help you consider Chapter 13 bankruptcy as a means of catching up on taxes by making manageable monthly payments over three to five years, at no interest

We take pride in our in-depth knowledge of bankruptcy law and our ability to address all kinds of complex tax problems for our clients. You can count on clear, reliable information when you turn to our law firm. We welcome client inquiries and referrals from Northern Kentucky as well as Ohio.

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If you have questions about bankruptcy and taxes, a Cincinnati attorney at our firm will be glad to talk through your concerns and the applicable bankruptcy rules. You may also have important questions about a tax refund and how a bankruptcy filing will affect it. To schedule your free initial consultation and meet directly with a caring, skilled lawyer, please call or send us an email.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.