We provide expert tax advice and representation to people across Utah, and we can help you.

In order to recover revenue that is owed to them, the IRS has the right to seize control of your property. This is typically the final and most extreme step in the IRS enforcement protocols, following the initial correspondence, tax liens, bank levies, and more. If you have reached the point where your assets are under threat of seizure, you may not know of any options that you have to fight and protect yourself. Here at the Tax Solutions Attorneys, we provide expert tax advice and representation nationwide, and we can help you.

For taxpayers that neglect, refuse, or fail to comply with tax payments or filings, property and other assets can be seized and sold in order to relieve the tax issues owed. These assets are typically things like houses, vehicles, boats, and other valuable belongings. If you are afraid of losing your home or other property to the IRS, it’s critical that you reach out to an experienced tax lawyer right away. We may be able to help you avoid seizure, and will go the extra mile to examine the IRS protocols to ensure compliance with the law. The IRS must follow a certain order of steps before they are entitled to take your property, even though up to 30% of tax seizures have been found to fall outside of the legal requirements.

When you need help defending yourself against an IRS property seizure, come to the Tax Solutions Attorneys and ask for your free consultation!

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