Innocent spouse could be filed when the IRS seeks to collect the unpaid taxes accrued during the years you were married to your spouse. Filing the innocent spouse relief will seek to protect against collecting such tax debt from you. Several factors will be assessed by the IRS to determine the veracity of your claim. One of the most important factors to consider is spousal abuse which has to do with investigating whether the spouse is a victim of domestic violence or abuse.
Victims of such domestic and spousal abuse often have unpleasant experiences to share which could make it difficult to provide the vital details if emotions sets in. Therefore, in the course of pleading your case before the IRS, there is certain information you need to note and focus on providing for increasing your chances of getting an innocent spouse relief. Here are some helpful tips for claiming an innocent spouse relief from spousal abuse.
It is never a good experience having to deal with tax debt and it’s more difficult when you were in a situation involving domestic violence or abuse. This is why you need to know how best to file for innocent spouse relief as it can protect you and exonerate you from paying tax debts owed by your spouse. Any abuse or domestic violence in marriage needs to be reported because of cases like this where you might need to file for innocent spouse relief in the future.
If you or someone you know thinks that he/she is eligible for a claim of Innocent Spouse Relief or any other Tax Liability issue now would be a great time to come in and let us help you resolve the issue. I can be contacted at (212) 320-8191 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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