Georgia  |  Bankruptcy

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Asked on: 5/22/02, 2:50 am

After Bankruptcy attack by IRS

Filed bankruptcy in 2000, included IRS, received discharge, IRS filed no claim or dispute of discharge, IRS notified of discharge. Collection letter came 2 years later. Sent them copy of discharge. They ignored and filed Notice of Federal Tax Lien for a 1998 Assessment on years 94, 95, 96. They sent notice of Levy to employer. Don't I have any recourse? Shouldn't I be able to send my employer notice of Bankruptcy discharge and have them refuse the levy? Isn't it illegal what they are doing? How do I stop them and get the Notice of Federal Tax Lien removed? It is fraudulent isn't it? If they pay the levy, haven't I been damaged? Who do I go after employer or IRS? Isn't there something I can do? Isn't the burden on them? Please help with any suggestion. I am willing to do my own legal research. Just need some direction. thanks so much, signed - Desperate

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