Areas of Practice
Solving Tax Problems
IRS Tax Debt Solutions – Get IRS Tax Help
Tax Payer Resources
Frequently Asked Questions
Book Mary for your next event
Use the links below to watch FAQ Videos.
Can I discharge my tax debt in bankruptcy?
Can I negotiate with the IRS myself?
Can I sell my home if I have a tax lien?
Can the IRS hold me personally responsible for unpaid payroll taxes?
Can the IRS take my home or Social Security?
Do I have to talk to or meet with the IRS? Can you negotiate with the IRS for me?
Do I need to file tax returns before I can settle my case?
How can an experienced attorney help me with my case?
How long does the IRS have to collect back taxes from me? Will I owe this for the rest of my life?
I cannot pay my quarterly payroll taxes. Will the IRS shut down my business?
I cannot possibly pay all of my delinquent taxes. What are my options?
I got divorced and my divorce decree ways that my ex is liable for the tax debt. Why is the IRS still coming after me?
I have heard about the IRS settling tax debts for pennies on the dollar. What is that program?
I have no money. Will the IRS reduce the penalties and interest?
I heard about the IRS’s fresh start initiative. What exactly is it?
I just realized that I must file U.S. income tax returns for prior years. How many years back do I have to file?
If I have a bank account overseas, do I need to report this to the IRS?
If my spouse owes back taxes before our marriage, will the IRS take my refund every year?
My tax return just got selected for audit. Should I call my tax preparer to represent me at the IRS audit?
Should I hire a tax resolution company or a law firm?
The IRS filed a federal tax lien against me. What does this mean?
What if I miss an IRS installment agreement payment?
What is a levy?
Why did my tax returns get selected for audit?
Why do I need to make estimated quarterly tax payments?
Will the IRS put me in jail?
How do I negotiating with the IRS?
How to get help with my IRS problems?
What do you do if you owe more taxes than you can afford?
When should I hire a tax attorney to help with IRS problems?
Am I responsible for my ex’s back taxes?
What happens to taxes during a divorce?
When are you not responsible for filing joint taxes after a divorce?
What do you need to know about taxes if you use cryptocurrency to do business?
Fill out this field
Missed the Tax Deadline? These 5 Tips Will Help You
November 18, 2019
Don’t Take On The IRS Alone
November 7, 2019
Tips on Finding the Ideal Tax Lawyer for Your Case
October 31, 2019
Don’t Be Bullied By The IRS – Work With A Tax Attorney
October 17, 2019
Reducing An IRS Tax Lien With The Right Attorney By Your Side
October 11, 2019
Child Tax Credit
estimated tax payments
Judge Rochelle Curley
Law Events Sarasota
lifetime learning credit