A friend has had a lien put on his house due to his father's debt to the IRS. His father moved in with him a few years ago, but the deed is in my friend's name. Neither he nor his father are able to make payments toward the debt at this time and his father is currently unable to work due to poor health.
I doubt you are getting the full story. IRS liens only attach to the property of the person who owes the tax debt. If the father & son share the same name, I could see how this could be confusing. To resolve this, I suggest that either contact an attorney. Or Dad could get an EA to resolve this debt. Hope this perspective helps!
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