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In-Depth Understanding Of IRS Wage And Bank Garnishments

When the IRS uses its legal powers to garnish your wages and/or freeze your bank account, it is natural that you feel powerless. Most people who work with an experienced IRS tax lawyer when facing a wage garnishment and/or a bank levy, though, succeed in:

  • Restoring their bank accounts
  • Releasing their paycheck from garnishments before their next payday

Helping You With Wage Garnishments And Bank Levies

Levins Tax Law has helped hundreds of business owners, wage earners and others to negotiate the release of bank account levies and negotiate releases from wage garnishments. How?

  • Wage garnishments: Often, the garnishing of wages creates a hardship for the garnishee. By providing evidence of hardship to the IRS, we can often have the garnishment released immediately. We can then negotiate a collection alternative that you can afford to pay.
  • Releasing bank account levies: The IRS can freeze your bank account for 21 days by issuing a levy to the bank. Unless you take steps, the bank must turn over your funds to the IRS at the end of 21 days. We can work to prove that the tax liability is not valid and/or can negotiate a collection alternative.

Though the IRS is legally permitted to garnish wages until your outstanding taxes are fully repaid, it treats hardship cases with a high priority. Tax attorney Levins has more than 40 years of experience handling garnishment and bank levies.

Find Out How We Can Help

If facing wage garnishment, email Levins Tax Law for a no-obligation, confidential consultation. Or you can call us at 508-202-9800. We have offices conveniently located in Boston and Framingham, Massachusetts, and we accept Visa, Mastercard and American Express.

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