Bankruptcy and Tax Attorney

Tax and Bankruptcy Lawyer in New Jersey

Helping You Determine If Bankruptcy May Be Most Effective Way to Resolve Tax Problems

If you have significant tax debt or if you continue to receive letters and threats of legal action from the taxing authorities, you might obtain relief by filing for bankruptcy protection. In limited circumstances, you might be able to use a Chapter 7 bankruptcy or a Chapter 13 bankruptcy to resolve many, if not all, of your tax obligations. In doing so, you will want an experienced and knowledgeable attorney to represent you, to determine if you are eligible for bankruptcy protection, and to take all appropriate steps to protect your interests. We are that attorney and we can help.

At the law office of Bruce H. Williams, in Voorhees (formerly Haddonfield), we bring more than 35 years of experience to people in New Jersey who face personal or business tax liability problems. A former IRS Trial Attorney, Bruce Williams understands the intricacies of the tax laws and how tax officials handle liability disputes. We know that every case is different and will take the time to learn the specific details of your situation, as well as your objectives, so that we can formulate the most effective strategy to get an outcome consistent with your individual needs.

To set a private meeting, contact us online or call us at
856-795-0800. There is no charge for your initial bankruptcy consultation.

Using Bankruptcy to Resolve Tax Problems

If you qualify to reorganize or discharge tax debts in bankruptcy, filing for protection can get the same or an even better result than trying to negotiate an offer in compromise with the IRS. If you are able to place taxdebts in bankruptcy, you will immediately be protected by the automatic stay under the bankruptcy statutes, preventing creditors (including the IRS) from calling, writing or taking legal action as long as the bankruptcy is in force.

When you come to us with questions about whether you can reorganize or discharge tax obligations in bankruptcy, we will conduct a thorough investigation of the facts of your case. We have a comprehensive understanding of the complex bankruptcy rules that apply to federal and state taxes. We will provide timely and accurate assessments of your rights and options. Mr. Williams is also licensed to practice in U.S. Tax Court and can litigate any disputes related to your right to discharge or restructure tax debt in a bankruptcy proceeding.

Contact Attorney Bruce H. Williams, Esquire

To determine whether bankruptcy may be an effective way to address tax debt, contact our office by email or call us at 856-795-0800 to schedule a free initial consultation.

Attorney Bruce H. Williams is located in Voorhees, NJ and brings more than 35 years of practice experience to individuals across Southern New Jersey: Voorhees, Cherry Hill, Camden, Haddonfield, Blackwood, Lindenwold, Clementon, Berlin, Pine Hill, Woodbury, Glassboro, Turnersville, Williamstown, Medford, Burlington, Willingboro, Pennsauken, Marlton, Mount Laurel.

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