Legal Question in Tax Law in Ohio

Brother schizo and homeless 10 years, in 2003 got help and in group home since. No one has POA. This is from a business he had in 1980s/90s.

Received from Court of Common Pleas, Tuscarawas County, Ohio - Ohio Dept. of taxation vs brother:

The aformentioned assessment has become final by operation of the law for the purpose of having a judgement lien recorded thereon.

To the Clerk of Common Pleas Court:

Enter judgement and record certificate of judgement.

Process Time:

Judgement recorded on:

Old: Renewal:

Date: 12/26/01

Case: 92TL000108 2013 TJ 06 0485

Docket: 2001CJ12

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Is there anything he/we should do? He has no assets and has not worked since 1990s.

Asked on 7/17/13, 1:45 pm

1 Answer from Attorneys

Daniel Waters Waters Law, LLC
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If he has no assets or income there is little a collector could get. If he would like to have the problem removed I would recommend looking into an offer in compromise. I would also try to determine if this is an estimated amount or if it is based on an actual filing.

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Answered on 7/17/13, 4:46 pm

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