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Henry Carlton Rothrock

Henry Rothrock’s Legal Guides

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  • Reducing Penalties and Interest on your IRS Liability

    Can you Reduce the Penalties and Interest on your Tax Liability? Often times, the penalties and interest account for a large portion of your IRS debt. While the IRS generally does not reduce interest unless the underlying tax debt was assessed incorrectly, the IRS will often time...

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  • Placing your IRS Account on "Currently Not Collectible Status"

    Currently Not Collectible Status "CNC" Sometimes, you have no legitimate means of paying back any of your back taxes. You are permanently disabled, unemployed, underemployed, or ill, and your limited income is barely enough to meet your expenses. Further, you have no assets that ...

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  • Requests for Reconsideration: Tax Audits in Dallas/Fort Worth

    Requests for Reconsideration The Rothrock Law Firms tax attorneys can often reverse the findings of an audit, or a tax deficiency when a taxpayer fails to file a tax return. This relief can be obtained for clients who failed to appear for their audit, or who moved or failed to r...

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  • IRS Notices That You Should Not Ignore

    Notices Received from the IRS Do not ignore a notice that you receive from the IRS. Most of the notices have a short period of time for you to respond or appeal the decision. If you do not respond, you might be forever barred from reversing the action. Carl Rothrock is a tax atto...

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  • Why Hire an Attorney to Represent You if you File Bankruptcy in Dallas?

    The hiring of an attorney is an important decision. Although you can file bankruptcy without an attorney if you are an individual, the rules can be quite complex. If you do not file all the correct paperwork timely, your case could be dismissed, and your creditors can resume coll...

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  • How Do You File Chapter 13 Bankruptcy in Dallas?

    Carl Rothrock is a Chapter 13 Attorney in Dallas/Fort Worth. Chapter 13 Bankruptcy may help you consolidate credit card debt for pennies on the dollar, stop foreclosures, catch up mortgage payments, and strip your second mortgage. The qualifications for filing are determined by ...

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  • How Do You Qualify for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in Dallas?

    Chapter 7 bankruptcy is designed to "wipe clean" or discharge your unsecured debts after you have liquidated and paid to your creditors all of your non-exempt assets. Unsecured debt is debt that has no collateral attached to it. Examples of unsecured debt include most credit card...

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  • What property can you keep if you file bankruptcy in Texas?

    One of the key issues in filing bankruptcy is determining what constitutes "exempt" property. If you have resided in Texas for the two years before filing bankruptcy, you are allowed to keep exempt property without having to pay back your unsecured creditors the value of the exe...

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  • Filing Bankruptcy in Dallas: An Overview of the Process

    In determining where to file bankruptcy and what property you are allowed to keep, you must look at where you currently live, how long you have lived there, and where your assets are located. If your assets are located in the Dallas/Fort Worth area for at least the majority of t...

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