Worried About Tax Debt In Florida?
At Kingcade Garcia McMaken we handle a lot of tax-motivated bankruptcy cases, and we have the knowledge and experience to handle complex financial issues while focusing on the best debt relief plan for you. Our primary bankruptcy attorney Timothy S. Kingcade has built a proud career as both an accomplished lawyer and a certified public accountant. We are proud to have helped more than 15,000 individuals and families in Miami and Dade County get the debt relief they need.
With the guidance of diverse legal knowledge and the financial understanding of a CPA, we can provide strategies for bankruptcy that approach your problem from all angles. When you are facing a serious financial challenge from the IRS, it is important to have a dependable advocate on your side that can put Florida and federal laws to work for you.
Providing Clear Guidance On Complex Tax And Bankruptcy Issues
The tax laws as they relate to bankruptcy can be very complex. While some tax debt may be relieved through Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 protections, others are nondischargeable and remain even after your bankruptcy is complete. This is made even more complex by the fact that the IRS is the only public or private entity that can garnish your wages without a court judgment against you.
As your attorney, we fully evaluate your case and your tax burden. If bankruptcy is the right answer for you, we make sure you file at the right time.
Even if we are not able to get certain tax debts discharged, particularly those less than three years old, we can at least take action to stop collections for up to six months. Sometimes the best advantage of bankruptcy in dealing with complex tax issues is to buy time, and in the process we may be able to help by discharging other debts so you have a better ability to pay on nondischargeable debts.
Get Experience On Your Side
Going into bankruptcy court to take on IRS and tax issues without a knowledgeable bankruptcy attorney on your side with a sophisticated understanding of the complex laws involved can leave you without the answers of help you need. Without experienced help, you may lose a substantial tax refund that you would have otherwise received or not get the relief you are owed.