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Oregon Tax Lien Attorney

If you have received a notice of tax lien from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), the sooner you consult an experienced tax lawyer the better. Oregon tax attorney Priscilla Taylor will help you get the lien removed as quickly as possible without overpaying the IRS.

A tax lien gives the IRS a legal claim to your property as security for your tax debt. A tax lien is attached to all of your property, including your home, bank account, car, and real estate. If you are business, a tax lien can also be applied to your accounts receivable.

A tax lien can affect your credit rating, making it harder for you to borrow money or obtain a lease. It can also damage your reputation, since your creditors will be notified that the IRS has a claim against your property.

We know it's difficult to deal with the IRS on your own, especially when the IRS has already placed a lien on your property. Tax law attorney Priscilla Taylor can negotiate for you from a position of strength, using her knowledge of tax law and IRS tax lien procedural rules to seek lien and levy removal.

Ms. Taylor will analyze the facts of your case and present a persuasive defense to the IRS. She will seek a removal or discount of the tax levy and lien as soon as possible so you can move forward financially. If the payoff amount cannot be resolved through negotiations, Ms. Taylor can help you seek relief through the U.S. Tax Court in Portland, Oregon.

Ms. Taylor can also help you resolve tax liens with the Oregon Department of Revenue.

Learn More: Visit our Tax Law FAQ or click here for additional tax information.

Contact an Oregon tax lien attorney at the Taylor Law Firm, P.C. to discuss your tax matter for a reasonable fee.

Lake Oswego, Oregon tax liens attorney Priscilla Taylor is available to represent clients in Oregon and Washington, including Portland, Salem, Bend, Beaverton, Wilsonville, West Linn, Vancouver, and Eugene, and throughout Clackamas, Washington, Marion, Deschutes, Clark, and Multnomah counties.

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