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SETTLE TAX DEBT
Settle your tax debt before the IRS pursues a civil lawsuit. Settle tax debt before the IRS issues a Summons.  Settle your tax debt before you receive a personal visit from the IRS. Settle your tax debt and sleep better from now on!

A civil lawsuit seeking a judgment - In certain cases where tax delinquency is prolonged, the IRS may bring a suit in federal court to get a judgment against you.  Federal judgments are good for twenty years, and the lawsuit carries the prospect of losing your home and other property.  Get experienced counsel immediately to determine your defense and remedies to the suit. 
The issuance of a summons and subpoena - In the course of an intensive investigation, the IRS may resort to issuing a summons commanding you to give the testimony or records to an IRS investigator. Even worse, they may issue a subpoena requiring you to appear before a grand jury.  Both situations warn of serious consequences. In either case, immediately consult experienced counsel to establish your legal obligations and potential defense.

A visit from a special agent - Special agents are the IRS's criminal investigators.  If they pay you a visit in connection with your tax affairs, their questions are almost always preceded with a reading of your Miranda rights.  Any time a criminal investigator advises you that you have the right to remain silent, following the advice-hush your mouth and discuss the matter only with legal counsel, whether you consider yourself innocent or guilty.  IMMEDIATELY consult experienced counsel before speaking with a special agent.

This is one concept that is fundamentally important to effectively dealing with the IRS and antithetical to general U.S. law.  We rightfully assume that we're "innocent until proven guilty."  And while this certainly applies if you're accused of robbing a bank or selling drugs, it doesn't apply to the IRS.  In virtually all of your dealings with the IRS, you bear the burden of proving that your actions were correct; the IRS rarely has to prove you are wrong.

If you find yourself in any of the above situations, our firm can quickly review your situation and advise you what to do next.  So pick up the phone to schedule a complimentary, completely confidential consultation. To Settle Tax Debt, no one in Tacoma knows the ropes better than we do. We have your back, so call now! (253) 383-0140