Effective Handling Of IRS Wage Garnishment Issues

You received an IRS notice of intent to levy 30 days ago and you forgot or ignored it. Now it's payday. Expecting a check, you open the envelope and find that the IRS has taken most of your money.

It's not just a huge IRS bill with interest penalties — not just your bank account empty — or a lien on your real estate — but your very livelihood that is now under attack.

Your paycheck has been decimated. What's left is not enough to pay the rent and car payment, buy groceries or pay the rest of your bills. You can expect this to continue with every paycheck due you, until the tax owed is paid in full.

Now you're in big financial trouble. No matter how hard you plead with your employer, they cannot give you your money. The wages garnished go straight to the IRS. Once a wage garnishment is filed with your employer, your employer is required by law to collect a large percentage of each of your paychecks.

Learn more about IRS wage garnishments through our frequently asked questions page on this topic.

The only choice left — the smart choice — is to work closely with a tax law attorney experienced in problem cases like yours. At Allen Schuldenfrei, Attorney at Law, we are regularly retained to negotiate the release of IRS wage garnishments by arranging payment plans for our clients.

An IRS-approved payment plan that we negotiate is always more favorable than any IRS wage garnishment. It's something you can live with. You can breathe again and move forward. A negotiated IRS payment plan will allow you to receive your whole paycheck without fears of future wage garnishments.

Take Action To Protect Yourself

Please contact me, attorney Allen Schuldenfrei, at 410-358-7435 about your current IRS wage garnishment problems. Or, if you prefer, use the brief online form to reach the law firm. I serve clients in the Baltimore area and throughout Harford, Howard and Anne Arundel counties.