How to Subordinate an IRS Tax Lien

Real Estate Sales: How to Subordinate an IRS Tax Lien

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Real Estate Sales: How to Subordinate an IRS Tax Lien

This is a 60-Minute CLE program intended for attorneys who encounter these issues in daily practice. This program will answer fundamental questions related to how  attorneys can deal with IRS Tax liens that threaten to impede real estate closings. This program will make reference to selected provisions of the Internal Revenue Code (IRC) and Income Tax regulations. This program will: (i) explain the step-by-step analysis required; and (ii) review the process and procedure involved in obtaining a release or subordination of an IRS Tax lien. If you have ever been unsure how to resolve federal tax liens that often muddy otherwise viable real estate transactions, this CLE program is for you. Handouts for this program include a checklist to follow and relevant IRS forms.


Author

Benjamin A. Stolz, Esq., is trainer, speaker, educator, writer and attorney with over 21 years experience practicing consumer bankruptcy and business law, managing and advising small businesses. Ben received his BA from the University of South Florida, with Departmental Honors, and a JD from Southern Methodist University. He has been admitted to practice in Texas both before the Supreme Court of Texas, all lesser Texas courts, as well as the United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas and the United States Tax Court. Ben is a member of American Bankruptcy Institute (ABI), Association of Litigation Support Professionals (ALSP), the American Bar Association (ABA), and proud graduate of the Max Gardner Bankruptcy Bootcamp, and a frequent guest panelist at Consumer Bankruptcy CLE events. As a result of his ongoing commitment to continuing legal education, Ben was also admitted in 2009 to the College of the State Bar of Texas.

Editor

Nancy P. Perliski, Esq. has been licensed to practice law in Texas since 1991. In addition to other state and federal courts, Nancy is also admitted to the U.S. Tax Court and authorized to represent taxpayers before the IRS in all 50 states. Representative issues handled are: IRS tax lien resolution, wage garnishments, bank levies, offers in compromise, innocent spouse, collection appeals, Nonprofits and 501(c)(3) and (c)(4) organizations.

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