Tax Attorneys Representing Clients Throughout Maryland
The Law Offices of Richard B. Rosenblatt, PC, has substantial experience in dealing with IRS and state tax problems. Richard Rosenblatt is a member of the United States Tax Court and has handled numerous tax appeals.
However, usually our firm can avoid litigation with taxing authorities. We frequently negotiate Offers In Compromise, Installment Agreements or have the taxing authorities place the tax debt in uncollectible status for clients who simply cannot afford to pay. We also handle Innocent Spouse Defense cases and all types of personal and business tax issues.
Experienced Utilizing Chapter 11 Bankruptcy
We have even relied on Chapter 11 bankruptcy cases to obtain repayment plans and tax relief for IRS and State taxes where the tax obligations are substantial and the client has living expenses beyond the IRS allotments. We have found that negotiating with the U.S. Department of Justice in Chapter 11 bankruptcy cases can provide for creative and flexible solutions to large tax problems for the higher income earner when an Offer In Compromise cannot be accomplished.
We advocate our clients’ hardships to the taxing authorities and work hard to negotiate reasonable payments and the release from substantial tax debt.
Call Our Rockville Attorneys Today
If you are behind on your taxes and cannot afford to pay your tax obligations, then please contact us at your earliest convenience. We will begin working with the IRS, Maryland, Virginia or District of Columbia taxing authorities to negotiate payments on your tax debt immediately. It is often best to begin this process prior to the imposition of tax liens since early negotiations with the taxing authorities generally halt collection efforts.
At The Law Offices of Richard B. Rosenblatt, PC, we offer a free consultation to every prospective client. Contact us at 301-637-0402 or 866-930-0413 or email us to discuss your tax problems and schedule an appointment.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.