Did you or someone in your family suffer an injury? Are you coping with divorce or the death of a spouse? You may be seeking a fresh start through debt relief that Chapter 7 bankruptcy has to offer. Perhaps you pride yourself on being a conscientious and compliant tax payer. But now, money owed to creditors combined with tax problems make for overwhelming financial challenges. You wonder how you will deal with back taxes that are unpaid along with your bankruptcy.
Has the IRS or a creditor threatened you with liens, wage garnishment or levies on your bank account? Pew Law Center, PLLC, has answers that you need to cope with your overwhelming consumer debt and with your tax problems, as well.
Ideally, you have come to this website before credit and tax problems have reached the stage of liens, garnishments and levies — and before filing bankruptcy. But even if you are in hot water already, talk to a Phoenix tax resolution lawyer who is also an accomplished Arizona bankruptcy attorney.
Are you planning to file — or have you already filed — Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy? Do you wonder how to resolve tax problems or penalties as well? Bankruptcy attorneys often warn their clients that most tax debts are not discharged in a Chapter 7 bankruptcy. Bankruptcy and tax problems are best addressed by a lawyer who handles both legal problems.
You have come to the right place by coming to the website of the Pew Law Center. Attorney Lawrence “D” Pew welcomes your inquiry regarding any taxation questions as they pertain to bankruptcy. Many clients of this law firm who have decided to file Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy have found it advantageous to handle both legal problems with the same law firm.
Contact us to schedule a free initial consultation about bankruptcy and tax resolution. Talk to an Arizona lawyer who understands all your options for maximum debt relief and resolution of tax problems. Our law firm offers payment plans to help clients get started right away obtaining the help they need with bankruptcy and tax resolutions.
Pew has been an awesome firm to work with. They are very sensitive, even through a bankruptcy that was complicated by a decision to divorce in the middle of it. They are rofessional and efficient, but equally personable and a joy to work with. I could not ecommend them more highly!
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