Innocent Spouse Relief
What You Should Know
Spouses left with a joint tax liability as a result of financial neglect or other adverse actions by their spouse (or ex-spouse) may qualify for tax relief by utilizing the IRS’s Innocent Spouse program. The IRS provides three different kinds of relief under this program; Innocent Spouse Relief, Relief by Separation of Liability, Equitable Relief. Taxpayers that qualify for relief will have the joint liability fully or partially removed from their name, and in cases of full removal, the innocent spouse will no longer be associated with or responsible for the outstanding liability.
How We Can Help
The statutory requirements for relief under the Innocent Spouse program can be complicated. We will conduct an analysis of your situation to determine if you qualify for full or partial relief under current IRS rules. If you qualify, we will assist you in preparation and submission of your innocent spouse claim. If you do not qualify, you will be advised of alternative resolutions that are available to you.
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For immediate assistance with innocent spouse relief, or another tax matter, contact us today at 1-714-382-6780 for a FREE and CONFIDENTIAL consultation.
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