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Adam also explains in his Chapter 13 bankruptcy blog regarding taxes, how a chapter 13 bankruptcy could also help individuals with tax debt in ways …
As tax season is here, the Portland area bankruptcy and debt relief law firm, Law Offices of Adam M. Weiner, works diligently with clients and their tax and financial situations.
Portland, OR (PRWEB) February 05, 2015
Attorney Adam Weiner recently launched a series of blogs to educate consumers on their options when it comes to past due taxes and bankruptcy. In Adam’s Chapter 7 bankruptcy blog regarding taxes, he states, “First, a Chapter 7 can discharge (write off permanently) an income tax debt if that debt meets a number of conditions, mostly related to how old the tax is. And second, as for taxes that don’t meet those conditions, Chapter 7 can discharge your other debts so that you can afford to enter into a reasonable monthly payment plan with the IRS and/or the ODR. And third, sometimes some taxes can be discharged and some cannot, so that Chapter 7 gets rid of some of your taxes and sets you up so you can make monthly payments on the rest.” Adam also explains in his Chapter 13 bankruptcy blog regarding taxes, how a chapter 13 bankruptcy could also help individuals with tax debt in ways that a chapter 7 cannot. Indeed, in his new blog series, Adam states that in some circumstances, a chapter 13 bankruptcy is a better strategy for dealing with past due taxes than a chapter 7 bankruptcy.
As every situation is unique, Adam’s blogs are meant to offer a variety of options and knowledge, but it is always recommended that one reaches out to a bankruptcy lawyer, such as Adam Weiner, to discuss their financial situation. Adam is known in the area for his personal approach, compassion, expertise, and interpersonal skills as he regularly guides clients through one of the most vulnerable times of their lives. His approach is simple; he focuses on empowering and helping people move on with their lives by giving them a fresh start financially.
Attorney Adam Weiner has been a lawyer in good standing in Portland, Oregon, since 1998. And The Law Offices of Adam M. Weiner recently celebrated five years since the opening of the law firm, focusing on representing individuals and small businesses in Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcies. Licensed in Oregon, Attorney Adam M. Weiner has filed hundreds of successful bankruptcy cases during his career. In 2014 alone, Adam successfully filed over 125 cases, helping people with a fresh, financial start. Before specializing in debt relief and bankruptcy law in 2009, Adam specialized in plaintiff personal injury and employment litigation. And now Adam is excited to announce, in addition to his debt relief and bankruptcy practice, that he will again start taking select plaintiff personal injury and employment cases.
The Law Offices of Adam M. Weiner have three conveniently located offices: Portland Southeast, Portland Northeast and Beaverton. To learn more about how The Law Offices of Adam M. Weiner can help, contact Adam today at 503-719-5123 and/or visit his website: http://www.bankruptcylawportland.com.
About Law Offices of Adam M. Weiner
The Law Offices of Adam M. Weiner provide extensive knowledge of bankruptcy law and debt relief strategy during a free initial consultation, including discussing the actual ramifications of filing a bankruptcy—which are a lot less severe than most people believe, and strategies for a quick financial recovery. Also, the Law Offices of Adam M. Weiner is now taking select personal injury and employment cases.
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first published: 2015-02-04 09:00:00