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Filing bankruptcy can be a difficult decision, but it can also be a decision that can change your financial situation for the better. If you are weighted down by credit card bills or are behind on your mortgage payments, filing bankruptcy may be the relief you need to get back up on your feet. If you are nearing foreclosure, please call us to help you save your home before it is too late. At Vondra Law Firm, we can determine which type of bankruptcy will work best for you and your situation. We pride ourselves on personal service and open communication with our clients. You are always welcome to call or email us anytime with questions during your bankruptcy as we understand the anxiety that can come with the process. Please see our Frequently Asked Questions about bankruptcy for more information.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.
At Vondra Law Firm, PLLC, we can help you with all your family law issues including, but not limited to: Divorce, legal separation, child custody, child support, relocation, nonparental custody, and domestic violence. Although we advocate peaceful resolutions outside of court for our clients, we do not shy away from the courtroom should litigation be necessary. We realize that if you are dealing with a family law issue that this is a very stressful and emotional time in your life. We are here to make sure that you are armed with all the knowledge you need to achieve a fair outcome in your case. We will take on that legal burden for you and provide you with the best ways to proceed for all situations.
We also realize that cost can be a detriment for people needing to use the family law legal system. This is why, at Vondra Law Firm, we offer a sliding fee scale for qualifying individuals in this practice area. This allows everyone to access the justice system and be able to have someone to advocate for their needs. If you believe you would qualify for a sliding fee, please give us a call.
Further, we also offer “unbundled services.” What this means is that you may not need or want full representation for your case, but you would like someone to review your documents or help you draft your pleadings. You may also want representation for just one hearing, but not your full case. This helps you control costs and determine how your money is best spent.
Regardless of the type of help you desire in your family law case, we are here to help and guide you throughout the entire process.
We have experience in all aspects of tax controversy. If you are in a dispute with the Internal Revenue Service or need assistance in addressing a tax issue, we can help you. Dealing with the IRS can be an intimidating experience! Also, tax issues can be extremely intricate and complex. We can help you navigate these deep waters—from identifying the basic nature of the tax issues to ascertaining a course of action and unearthing potential consequences. We are experienced in handling:
· Tax Assessments
· Deficiency Procedures
· Audits & Examinations
· IRS Appeals
· Tax Court Petitions
· Offers in Compromise
· Innocent Spouse, Separation of Liability, & Equitable Relief Claims
· Tax Liens, Levies, Garnishments
· Currently not Collectible Status
· Installment Agreements
· Identity Theft
· Denied Credits, Dependency Exemptions, Deductions, Expenses
· Substantiation & Procedural Issues