Atlanta Tax Bankruptcy
Do you have outstanding tax debt? Have you been receiving calls and threats of asset repossession from the IRS? Call us today.
Galler Law Firm has 30+ years of experience helping people just like you get a fresh start.
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It has been estimated that nearly 9 million Americans owe money to the government for back taxes, fines, and other penalties, to the tune of over $85 billion dollars. If you are one of those people, and you have been experiencing collection action from the IRS, and/or threats of asset repossession, then Galler Law is here for you. We have nearly three decades of experience with Roswell tax bankruptcy, real estate, and tax law, and we can help you find a path out of your financial troubles. When you’re struggling under the weight of excessive tax debt, our team is here to explore your options for financial recovery.
Using tools like Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy, loan modifications, and other legal filings, you can finally be free from the financial stress that comes from owing large amounts on your taxes. You should never have to confront the IRS all on your own, so let a seasoned Roswell tax bankruptcy attorney fight for you. Galler Law will defend your rights with tenacity, and negotiate a resolution that puts and end to the collection harassment and paves the way towards your financial recovery. If you are delinquent on your taxes, know that you’re not alone, and that there is hope for you!
How We Can Help
When you are ready to move on from your IRS troubles, get in touch with the Roswell tax bankruptcy lawyers at Galler Law today and request your free initial case review. You can count on us to go the extra mile to get you the peace of mind that you deserve.
“I had a very good experience visiting the Galler Law Firm. My initial contact was with Jeanne Wofford. Ms. Wofford explained everything in detail, answered all my questions, and gave me guidance. She was serious, but very caring at the same time. I was really impressed with their services, payment options, and the initial visit.”