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Contact our Denver tax lien attorneys at 303-618-2122 to negotiate a release of your tax lien or levy.

If you owe taxes, the IRS may seize your assets to satisfy the debt due. The IRS may garnish your bank account, wages, or property.

 

An IRS lien is a claim used for security of the tax debt.

 

An IRS levy is an actual taking, or seizure, of your property to satisfy your tax debt. The IRS may seize either real or personal property, including: your home, car, boat, retirement accounts, wages, rental income, accounts receivable, life insurance, sales commissions, dividends and licenses.

 

In order to avoid a tax lien or levy, you should contact a Denver tax lien attorney immediately. Our attorney will respond to your Notice and Demand for Payment or your Notice of Intent to Levy.

 

Our experienced Denver tax lien attorneys may appeal on your behalf, apply for hardship on your behalf to release the lien or levy, or set up an IRS payment plan on your behalf. There are other options as well, each depending on the individual's financial circumstance.

 

Gantenbein Law Firm's tax liens attorney is located in Denver, and serve all of Colorado. We are highly skilled and experienced with helping people with their unique tax needs. If you are facing a tax lien or levy, contact our Denver tax attorney to get immediate tax debt relief.

 

Title Issues

Boundary disputes can occur between neighbors. It is most often seen with one neighbor's structure, fence, or part of a home that encroaches on the other neighbor's property.

 

You can also have boundary disputes regarding lakes, streams and mineral rights. 

If neighbors can not come to a peaceful agreement on their own, then they often have to pursue litigation to resolve the boundary issues. 

It can be very important to resolve boundary issues for several reasons. First, if you ignore the issue, then the land in dispute might become the rightful property of the neighbors, through a process called adverse possession. 

Second, a loss of a portion of your land will very likely affect the value or equity in your home and land.

Before you engage in any talks with your neighbor, make sure there is actual boundary dispute. Hire a surveyor to draw out the exact locations of the property line. You should then use the survey information when you approach your neighbor. A survey showing the property lines will also be critical if you proceed to dispute the property line in court.

There are ways to settle property and boundary line disputes: 

1. First, reach out to your neighbor and see if you can come to agreement regarding the boundary issue. All agreements should be reduced to writing.

2. Hire a mediator. 

3. Have an attorney send a letter. A letter puts the neighbor on notice and stops the tolling for AP claims.

4. Hire an attorney for a property line or boundary dispute in court, including litigation. 

 

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Boundary Disputes

Boundary disputes can occur between neighbors. It is most often seen with one neighbor's structure, fence, or part of a home that encroaches on the other neighbor's property.

 

You can also have boundary disputes regarding lakes, streams and mineral rights. 

If neighbors can not come to a peaceful agreement on their own, then they often have to pursue litigation to resolve the boundary issues. 

It can be very important to resolve boundary issues for several reasons. First, if you ignore the issue, then the land in dispute might become the rightful property of the neighbors, through a process called adverse possession. 

Second, a loss of a portion of your land will very likely affect the value or equity in your home and land.

Before you engage in any talks with your neighbor, make sure there is actual boundary dispute. Hire a surveyor to draw out the exact locations of the property line. You should then use the survey information when you approach your neighbor. A survey showing the property lines will also be critical if you proceed to dispute the property line in court.

There are ways to settle property and boundary line disputes: 

1. First, reach out to your neighbor and see if you can come to agreement regarding the boundary issue. All agreements should be reduced to writing.

2. Hire a mediator. 

3. Have an attorney send a letter. A letter puts the neighbor on notice and stops the tolling for AP claims.

4. Hire an attorney for a property line or boundary dispute in court, including litigation. 

 

White Fence

Quiet Title Actions

A tax lien foreclosure is a way the government, state or federal, uses to take the property of someone who has not paid taxes, either property taxes or service taxes or federal or state income taxes. 

 

A statutory lien is first placed against the property of the person who has failed to pay taxes. 

State and local taxes, such as property tax, have a very specific tax lien sale procedure as discussed above. The tax lien is often sold and auction and there are very specific time frames and procedures for a tax lien holder to take title to a property.

A federal tax lien can be a bit more complex with regards to scope and procedure. Generally, these liens can be attached to any property. As with any lien, they may be foreclosed judicially like most judgment liens. However, a foreclosure by the IRS on a tax lien is rare and a good attorney can usually negotiate a release of of the lien via a repayment plan or offer in compromise.

It is important to also research and obtain advice on the impact of a foreclosure on a tax lien. When a senior lien holder sells a taxpayer’s property to enforce its lien, this "foreclosure sale" may discharge a federal tax lien in certain situations. Such foreclosure sales can be either a judicial sale (i.e., pursuant to a judicial proceeding) or a nonjudicial sale.

Easement Disputes

 

After you buy your tax lien, and the redemption period has expired without the tax debt being paid off, you can use your certificate of purchase to obtain title to the property that had the tax lien.

Our tax attorneys can assist with the process of obtaining title to the property. 

After you obtain title to the property, our attorneys can also make sure the property is legally recorded and transferred to you or your trust. 

You may also want to speak to our tax attorneys to make sure you don't have tax implications from your recent real estate acquisitions. 

You may also wish to speak to our trusts attorneys or business attorneys to make sure your real estate is protected in a trust or entity to protect you from liability if you choose to use it for rental income, or protect from creditors, or other liabilities. 

For a consultation of your case for any of the above legal issues, contact our attorneys at 303-618-2122.

 

Other Areas of Tax Law we Practice Include:

  • Tax Litigation

  • Tax Re-Payment Plans

  • Offer in Compromise

  • Criminal Tax Defense

  • OffShore Assets

  • Stopping IRS Wage Garnishments

  • Collection Action

  • Seizures

  • Tax Exempt Organizations

  • Business and Employer Tax Issues

  • IRS Audits

  • IRS Investigations

  • Appeals

  • Estate Taxes

  • Penalties

  • U.S. Tax Court

  • IRS Tax Debt Relief

  • Net Profits Tax Returns

  • Termination Assessments

  • Payroll Taxes

  • Trust Fund Taxes

  • Sales Taxes

  • and more.

Partition Actions

Specific Performance

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