Q: My son was divorced about 2 years ago. Part of the settlement was for his wife to pay their then due federal income tax
She has not paid and they are billing him. Is there anything that he can do?
A: Unfortunately other than taking her back to court he will need to set up his own collection alternative with the IRS. This can include currently not collectible status, an Offer in Compromise, or Innocent Spouse Relief. Most of us offer a free consultation so it would not hurt to speak with a lawyer and see what options are available for him. Just tell him to stay away from the places advertised on TV.
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