If you're still holding the bag on an income tax debt your ex-spouse drove up, and particularly if you don’t have the wherewithal to repay it, you might be in luck. It doesn’t matter if the tax bill is a result of an understatement of earnings tax on the return, or if it’s just an underpayment of the tax due at the time--you may have a chance of absolving yourself of the obligation for payment. But you’ll have to fight for it.
The IRS doesn’t care if you've got a valid divorce decree and a marital separation arrangement that declares your ex partner is responsible for all previous taxation liabilities—it simply wants to get paid. The IRS’ attitude is: fight it out with your ex, but we’re coming after you.
I had no idea where to start with my bankruptcy and process. After my first meeting with DJ I felt confident that things were going to go well. He helped guide me through the entire process and time.
He's very professional and courteous, thorough and extremely knowledgeable.
I would recommend anyone that needs a bankruptcy lawyer/ student loans.
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D.J. Rausa is recognized as a legal expert in Student Loan Debt Resolution and the associated Bankruptcy Laws.