Huntsville Taxes And Bankruptcy Lawyer
Do You Have Unpaid Taxes?
If you have unpaid taxes that have built up over the years, you probably feel overwhelmed, stressed and fearful about what the future may hold. While your recent taxes are probably not dischargeable, if you owe many years of back taxes in Alabama, contact the law office of Jack B. Sabatini, Attorney at Law, in Huntsville. You may have more options than you realize.
Bankruptcy And Income Tax
Older, unpaid income taxes can be dischargeable in bankruptcy under certain circumstances. If you are ready to discuss the potential benefits of bankruptcy and your unique situation with a highly experienced lawyer, Jack B. Sabatini is ready to speak with you. We look forward to meeting you, listening carefully to your problems, and working with you to move toward the brighter day your family deserves.
Generally, if more than three years have passed since an income tax return was due, it can be discharged during bankruptcy. However, there are many additional factors that will be considered if you pursue the discharge of your unpaid income taxes.
During Chapter 13 bankruptcy, all back taxes can be included in your repayment plan, enabling you to become current on your taxes without further interest or penalties.
Taxes that are not dischargeable through bankruptcy include:
- Recent income taxes
- Employment-related taxes
- Sales tax
Can I Discharge Taxes Through Bankruptcy? Contact Our Lawyer Serving Madison And Surrounding Areas
Call us at 256-534-4557 or email our law firm to schedule a meeting to discuss taxes and bankruptcy with Huntsville attorney Jack B. Sabatini. We serve clients throughout the surrounding area in cities such as Madison, Decatur and Scottsboro.
We offer free initial consultations.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.
Jack B. Sabatini
Attorney at Law 108 South Side Square Huntsville, AL 35801