When choosing to file for bankruptcy it is often said that you can’t get help with IRS tax debts. However, when filing for a Chapter 13 or Chapter 7 bankruptcy it is possible to have your tax debts managed, or even discharged. Though this depends on which Atlanta bankruptcy attorney you choose to handle your case.
Bankruptcy can be a complicated process, though often it is the best choice if you’re having trouble financially. There are many myths surrounding bankruptcy that could have left you reconsidering your options. Though, the thing to do is speak with an excellent Atlanta bankruptcy attorney to make sure you’re getting an accurate answer.
There are many benefits of bankruptcy, like discharging tax debt, which you will probably not be able to obtain without an attorney on your side. Choosing to file for bankruptcy independently will put you at an extremely high risk of having your case dismissed. This can happen when you forget to do something such as signing a form, or forgetting to list an asset.
These well qualified men and women at C.Golden & Associates have made it their goal to get all of their clients, individually, the best results from their bankruptcy. They examine your case thoroughly to assess how they can help with IRS tax debts. Give C. Golden & Associates a call today to set up a consultation and find out what they can do for you.