Los Angeles Lien Subordination Attorney
Lien Against Your Home? We Can Help
The Los Angeles County Law Office of Robert S. Schriebman
In troubled economic times, many property owners get behind in their tax payments. The Internal Revenue Service can then put a lien on a house or property, making a sale or refinancing much more difficult.
If you have a lien against your house or property, you can get help to get the lien removed or made secondary to the lien against the property held by your lender or bank. A knowledgeable, experienced tax attorney can often get the matter resolved quickly and efficiently.
At the Law Office of Robert S. Schriebman , we have over 40 years of experience. Contact us at 877-824-1563 to schedule a consultation. We also invite you to learn more about Attorney Schriebman by “Googling” him.
Robert S. Schriebman has written twenty books on tax law and methods of obtaining relief from federal and state tax debts. His books include “How to Practice IRS: No Tricks, No Magic: A Procedural Manual for Practitioners”, “How to Practice Before the New IRS”, and “California Taxation Practice and Procedure”, all detailed guidebooksfor tax lawyers. He has also lectured at New York University’s Institute on Federal Taxation, at USC’s Annual Tax Institute and is a retired professor of IRS Practice and Procedures at the University of Southern California (USC) Graduate School of Accounting.
Just as Robert Schriebman’s deep experience and knowledge of the IRS has helped tax attorneys across the country, it can help you navigate the policies, procedures and paperwork of the agency regarding tax lien subordination. At our firm, we can help ease the burden of a tax lien by negotiating a favorable installment agreement with the IRS; by convincing the IRS to subordinate a tax lien (that is, make it secondary to another lien) to permit refinancing; appealing the tax lien; or by successfully submitting a favorable Offer in Compromise erasing your tax liability.