Get Relief from your Tax Problems (and Save Up to 90% in the Process)

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Here's How the Process Works:

Free Initial Consultation and Financial Analysis

15 Minutes - We will go through your entire financial situation, step-by-step and see what programs you qualify for, determine how we can help, and answer any questions that you may have.


Research & Investigation

4-7 Days - Using the Power of Attorney, we will work with the IRS to determine what evidence they have against you (without disclosing anything), so we can create a plan of attack.


Fight for the Best Resolution

1-3 Months - After learning exactly what they have against you, we will negotiate with the IRS on your behalf, removing all the penalties we can, and fighting for a great settlement for you.



Forever - Once your tax burdens have been lifted, you can go on living your life again! You will finally be free of the burdens chasing you, and can start fresh with no tax debt!

A Dallas Tax Relief Company that You can Trust

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Are you in the greater area of Dallas metropolitan, and are in trouble with the IRS? If you owe a significant amount in back tax debt to the federal government, or the state of Texas for either your personal finances, or for your business, it’s time to take action.

We are Instant Tax Solutions, and we are a firm full of experienced lawyers, CPA, registered agents, and tax professionals who are ready to help with your tax issue today. We can handle anything from Wage Garnishments, to Bank Liens and Levies, to Offer in Compromise agreements.

Not only do we deal with the IRS on a regular basis, but we are large enough that they never try and bully us like they do normal taxpayers. We have phone numbers to revenue officers that the public never gets, and have much greater power to negotiate a favorable settlement for you and your family.

Give our office a call today!

How to Choose the Right Tax Lawyer (And Avoid Scams)

Experienced Law FirmThe tax relief industry, just like many other sectors of business here in the US, also has its share of scammers, looking to make a quick buck off of victims that are just normal people, just like you and me. We deal with this negative stereotype every day, and would like to prove to you that there are companies out there that you can trust with your tax debt problems.

The most important thing that you can do before signing with any company is to check out their ratings from verified 3rd party sources, primarily the BBB. If you don’t see a very long history, or many unsatisfied clients, then chances are that business is not a good one to work with.

We do business as Instant Tax Solutions, and have years of very satisfied clients that make up our A+ rating with the BBB. No other tax relief company is rated as highly, has a few complaints, or has as great of reputation. Go ahead and check out our reviews to see for yourself:

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If you would like to see for yourself how great our service is, please pick up the phone and give us a call today at (713) 533-8299 . One of our attorneys, enrolled agents or tax professionals will be happy to go through a free consultation with you to see what programs you qualify for, and how much we can save you by negotiating with the IRS on your behalf.

Innocent Spouse Relief Programs

In many cases, past tax issues were only the fault of one spouse, and the other can claim that they are innocent of any wrongdoings or charges. This can happen in times of divorce, prior to marriage, or in difficult family situations. This Innocent Spouse Relief program is available to people in such situation (with a few exemptions and exclusions). For a better idea of if you qualify or not, please just give our firm a call today.

Getting Rid of Wage Garnishments Immediately

Has the IRS taken action to actually start withholding a portion of your paycheck every month? They are legally able to go to your employer (or whoever is in charge of payroll at your job), and garnish up to 25% of your monthly wages. This action is known as a Wage Garnishment, and can be devastating for your monthly expenses and payment obligations. It’s like legal thievery!

Luckily, we are able to get garnishments like this lifted very quickly, and get your hard earned wages back into your own pocket, to be used for normal expenses or just as disposable income right away.

By working with an experienced group of lawyers and licensed agents, you would be able to get the garnishment lifted right away, and would be able to move on with your life.

Removing Penalties and Interest Charges

If you have built up a sizable tax liability based on back taxes that you owe, chances are that you will have had plenty of penalties, fees and interest charges tacked on, which just by themselves can make up a significant portion of your debt. If this has been going on for years, it would be just like if you had a large loan or mortgage, and never paid any payments on it. That whole time the lender would be adding on to your debt depending on the interest rate you agreed on.

Our lawyers are skilled and experienced at getting many of these charges removed completely, thus reducing the amount that you owe significantly. It really pays to work with the best tax relief lawyer or professional that you can find, as they can save you thousands based on a single action.

Negotiating Installment Agreements / Payment Plans

One of the best ways to resolve your tax debt is to negotiate a comfortable payment plan (known as an Installment Agreement) with the IRS so you can pay back the amount you owe over time instead of all at once. These payment plans make it so you don’t have to stress out as much about your monthly income or expenses. Give us a call today at (713) 533-8299 if you would like to have a free consultation with a highly skilled tax lawyer, to find out what sort of payment could be worked out in your individual situation.

Stopping a Bank Levy in its Tracks

Unfortunately, the IRS has the legal ability to place a levy on your property and belongings to make up for the outstanding liability in your name. This means that they can legally seize your house, vehicles, motorhomes, boats, etc., and sell them off at auction to get the money that you owe. You can stop them from just outright taking your property by dealing with your tax debt today, and we can help.

Removing Tax Liens from Your Property

While being very similar to a levy, a tax lien is when the government claims legal ownership of your property, which stops you from doing anything with it, such as selling, trading, or financing. We have experience with getting these liens lifted right away, so you can be free to do whatever you like with your own property.

Negotiating an Offer in Compromise to Save You Tons

One of the best and most effective ways to immediately resolve your debt, and only have to pay a fraction of what you owe is to negotiate an Offer in Compromise. This program is normally difficult for a taxpayer to qualify for, but if they do, can slash the amount you owe by 95% potentially. Of course there are strict statues and exemptions that you have to take into consideration, but if you are in a difficult financial situation, they can determine that you are unable to pay back your debt, and only demand a small portion of it.

If you aren’t careful with what you disclose, you could potentially put yourself in a much worse position than before. They take almost everything into consideration, including your gross monthly income, past returns, audits, average wages for years, outstanding tax liability, expenses, extreme circumstances and disasters (medical emergencies, hurricanes, fires, death, etc.) to determine if you qualify.

This type of agreement is very difficult to negotiate, but with an experienced tax lawyer on your side, it can be done. Our firm has years of experience in navigating the various statues, exemptions, and exclusions that the IRS has placed on the Offer in Compromise agreement, and can be your best bet on qualifying, and in turn, saving thousands.

Business Liability / Tax Debt

Are you a business or franchised business owner and have fallen behind on your taxes? We commonly help businesses all over the country get the tax relief that they need to continue on generating income, and employing other hard-working Americans. Some of the business types that we help are:

  • Franchise Businesses
  • Truck Drivers and Laborers
  • Service Industry Professionals
  • Freelancers and Entrepreneurs
  • Professionals and Offices
  • Many more…

In the world of business, it’s all about forming relationships with people you can trust, and our attorneys are here to help you. We have helped hundreds of other businesses get rid of their outstanding debt, file any past-due returns, and get the most deductions, exemptions and savings on what they owe.

Areas Surrounding Dallas that We Serve

Our firm is proud to serve the greater area around Dallas, Texas, including but not limited to the following areas:

  • Dallas / Fort Worth
  • Irving
  • Grand Prairie
  • Garland
  • Richardson
  • Mesquite
  • Balch Springs
  • Cedar Hill
  • DeSoto

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Dallas Instant Tax Attorney

1201 Elm St, Dallas, TX 75270

(713) 533-8299

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Services / Problems Solved
Removing Wage Garnishments
Getting Rid of Tax Liens
Removing Bank Levies
Filing Back Tax Returns
Stopping IRS Letters
Stopping Revenue Officers
Solving IRS Back Tax Problems
Ironing out Payroll Tax Issues
Relief from Past Tax Issues
Negotiating Offer in Compromise Agreements
Negotiating Innocent Spouse Relief Arrangements
Penalty Abatement Negotiations
Assessing Currently Not Collectible Claims
Real Estate Planning
Legal Advice
Tax Lawyers on Staff
Steve Sherer, JD
Kelly Gibson, JD
Joseph Gibson, JD
Lance Brown, JD
Cities Around Dallas We ServeAddison, Allen, Alvarado, Argyle, Arlington, Aubrey, Avalon, Bardwell, Bedford, Burleson, Caddo Mills, Carrollton, Cedar Hill, Celina, Colleyville, Copeville, Coppell, Crandall, Crowley, Dallas, Denton, Desoto, Duncanville, Elmo, Ennis, Euless, Farmersville, Fate, Ferris, Flower Mound, Forney, Forreston, Fort Worth, Frisco, Garland, Grand Prairie, Grapevine, Haltom City, Haslet, Hurst, Hutchins, Irving, Josephine, Justin, Kaufman, Keller, Kennedale, Lake Dallas, Lancaster, Lavon, Lewisville, Lillian, Little Elm, Mansfield, Maypearl, Mc Kinney, Melissa, Mesquite, Midlothian, Naval Air Station/ Jrb, Nevada, North Richland Hills, Palmer, Plano, Ponder, Princeton, Prosper, Quinlan, Red Oak, Richardson, Roanoke, Rockwall, Rosser, Rowlett, Royse City, Sachse, Scurry, Seagoville, Southlake, Sunnyvale, Terrell, The Colony, Venus, Waxahachie, Wilmer, Wylie

Where Do I Send my Offer in Compromise Payments?

There are just two alternatives for where to send the OIC: either Memphis, TN or Holtsville, NY. As you live in Dallas, Texas, you would send your offer to Holtsville. Pay the total quantity of the Offer in Compromise over the remaining life on the group statute of limitations. You may specify a lump sum payment due within 90 days, and then monthly installment payments for the remainder of the collection period. This 10-year period might have been widened or suspended by various actions taken by the IRS or by the citizen.

How Long Can IRS Collect on Tax Debt?

As a general rule, there's a ten year statute of limitations on IRS collections. What this means is that the IRS can try to collect your unpaid taxes for up to ten years from the date they were determined. Subject to some significant exceptions, after the ten years are up, the IRS has to discontinue its collection efforts. The statute of limitations expires for tens of thousands of citizens who owe the IRS money, every year. In case your Collection Statute Expiration Date (CSED) is close, the IRS or state of Texas may act vigorously to get you to pay as much as possible before the deadline or agree to extend it.

How Can I Get My Tax Debt Forgiven?

This is actually the process the IRS uses to immobilize the collection account. The bureau ceases to be able to provide you with time to get back on your own feet financially, any attempts to enforce collection. While it's not a permanent fix to your Texas tax problem, it does help greatly by discontinuing wage levies, bank levies and property seizures. To obtain standing that is uncollectible, you should file a financial statement on Form 433A for people, and Form 433B for businesses. The financial statement reveals the IRS that all of the cash you bring in is needed to supply living expenses that are necessary for your family.

How Should I Choose My Tax Lawyer?

Choosing your tax attorney can sometimes be challenging but it is very crucial when it comes to your tax problems. Hiring a tax lawyer to help you with your tax needs in Dallas, TX depends on your own unique scenario. The tax attorney you select can either correct the problem or make it a million times worse. This is specific questions need to be asked before you hire the lawyer. You want to make sure you have someone truthful educated and working for you, and not against, on your side.

How Likely is the IRS to Accept an Offer in Compromise?

The IRS is most likely to approve an offer in compromise when the sum offered represents the most they are able to expect to collect within a fair time. You must be present with all filing and payment requirements before the IRS considers your offer. You are ineligible if you're in an open bankruptcy proceeding in Dallas. Make use of the Offer in Compromise Pre-Qualifier to verify your eligibility and prepare a preliminary proposition. You'll locate step by step directions and all the forms for submitting an offer in the Offer in Compromise Pamphlet, Form 656-B.

Can IRS Tax Debt Expire?

Yes, this is due to the fact that the IRS has ten 10 years to collect a debt. The IRS can no longer legally accumulate the debt after that time has passed and they write it away. The ten year interval is measured from the date that the tax was assessed, not when it was initially due. If you never filed a tax return, but the IRS filed one for you using a Substitute for Return / 6020(b) appraisal, then the statute of limitations began running whenever that appraisal was processed by the Internal Revenue Service on your own behalf. The date that your debts expire is known in IRS-lingo as the Collection Statute Expiration Date, or CSED.

How Long Does an IRS Offer in Compromise Work?

The period at which the offer in compromise works often varies based on your own offer and also the payment option you select. For Lump Sum Cash, you will have to submit an initial payment of 20 percent of the total offer amount by means of your application. Wait for acceptance that is written, then pay the remaining balance of the offer in fewer or five payments. Regular Payment: Submit your initial payment by means of your application. While your offer is considered by the IRS continue to pay the remaining balance in monthly installments. Continue to pay monthly until it is paid in full, if accepted.

What Do Tax Lawyers Do for You?

Tax attorneys in the Dallas area help you solve your tax problems with the IRS simply because they specialize in the minutiae of the Internal Revenue Service tax code. They provide advice on legal problems that are complicated, especially in the areas of estate preparation, trusts, tax disputes, and company tax law. Lawyers are strong negotiators who construct arguments which best support a desirable position and assess case facts in light of the law. The court system can be used by them in ways that provide leverage in resolving tax cases.

How Much Do Tax Attorneys Charge?

Ordinarily, their clients will bill on an hourly basis for all services rendered. This will typically be an hourly cost of between $200 and $400. Generally, a tax lawyer will require that their customer make a prepayment, which is referred to as a retainer. This retainer is going to be a prepayment on the basis of the number of hours that your tax lawyer considers they will be working on your own behalf. If the money held in the retainer is used up before the task is completed, the tax attorney in Dallas will typically charge you for an added payment.

How Much Do Tax Lawyers Cost?

Most qualified and reputable tax attorneys in Dallas will bill their clients on an hourly basis for all services rendered. This can typically be an hourly fee of between $200 and $400. In most cases, a tax attorney will require that a prepayment, which is called a retainer is made by their customer. This retainer is going to be a prepayment based on the number of hours your tax attorney considers they'll be working on your own behalf. As the work nears end, this hourly fee will be deducted from the retainer.