Notice of Intent to Levy
A Notice of Intent to Levy does not mean that the IRS is coming to your house this afternoon to start loading your furniture into the back of a government tractor trailer. In fact, the IRS may never, ever take anything at all. The Notice of Intent to Levy is just that – “we intend to levy and may do so at some time in the future.” Or not.
Should you ignore a notice of intent to levy? No. But you should not panic either. These things can be worked out and in most cases, they are. If you have received this notice it is because you have ignored the four previous notices you received asking you to pay your past due tax debt.
Effective IRS Representation
At the Law Office of Arthur Weiss, P.C. we are highly skilled at navigating the maze of regulations, laws, protocols, negotiating settlements, and mediating IRS and Arizona tax issues on behalf of our clients.
- Notice of Filing of Tax Lien
- Can they really reduce my tax debt ?
- IRS Bank Levy information
- Current Bankruptcy Code
Don’t expect to spend time on the phone with a salesperson. When you call our office you will be connected with a licensed tax attorney.
Why use us?
Unlike many of the tax resolution firms advertising on TV we are located in Tucson, AZ and licensed by the State Bar of Arizona. Don't entrust your tax problems to an attorney 1,000 miles away.
What recourse will you have when dealing with a tax firm out-of-state if calls are not returned and the results are slow coming in? The State Bar of Arizona holds us accountable for our actions. We do not avoid phone calls or transfer your calls to a so-called 'tax advisor'. You will deal directly with the attorney that will be handling your case from beginning to end.