Bankruptcy Options That Work

Bankruptcy Can Be The Beginning of Your Financial Restoration!

If you are contemplating filing for bankruptcy to wipe out tax debt, interest and penalties, have a professional thoroughly review your situation prior to filing. In some cases, filing for bankruptcy will leave you with the clean slate necessary to start over. If you don’t qualify to eliminate tax debt through bankruptcy, however, you may find that when all is said and done, you still have a massive tax liability left to deal with.

As you may be aware, there are different types of bankruptcy that you can file for. Each one has a different purpose, outcome, and long-term effect. Determining which type of bankruptcy will be the best for your situation (if any) demands a close examination of your financial situation, assets, debts, and history from every angle. The opportunity of a second chance that bankruptcy offers could be just what you need, but you need to make sure that you have the best chance of success and nothing comes back to haunt you.

Contact us for pre-bankruptcy counseling to help you determine if bankruptcy is the best answer for you.

Before Filing for Bankruptcy, let us review your options with you.

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What our Clients are saying

I called Mike and told him how desperate I was for a resolve to an issue I was having. He had me come in that same day. He was so very personable
and professional! He gave me advice on solving the issue at hand and I was able to breathe again!

I highly recommend Mike I will for sure go back to him when needing financial assistance! – Patti H.

Personable and professional

September 28, 2018

We are a tiny travel agency that has been in business since 2004. While looking back to the different CPA firms that we have employed for our corporate and personal tax filings, we had never had a moment where our extended filing date was a problem until last year. Enter Michael Essick, who was recommended to us via his posting at a long-time client’s church community board.
To say it was a hornet’s nest of IRS threatening form letters, and being dumped by the prior CPA firm, was just the start. Mike welcomed us in and gave us time to plead our case, then giving tentative and real solutions that worked for us. Even after a negative reply from the IRS, mike is still hopeful and still seeking a better outcome. Bravo for the “Go Get Them” attitude!
As of today, we have followed Mike’s advice and not only have we caught up on the monies that were requested by the IRS for 2018, he also completed the 2017 corporate and personal taxes filing for us, which produced a surprising refund. Yay for us, and yay for Mike, for turning around our small business with big tax problems and helping us get back into the black in less than six months.
Our appreciation for his skill and efforts will continue beyond the life of our agency. These last six months have proven that mike is a trusted and honest business person who can untangle financial business issues, as he did for us and as he will for people that we will be sending his way.

Thank you, a million times.

Steven and Lanette Rice
The Cruise Butler
Boerne, TX

Thank you times a million

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If you are contemplating filing for bankruptcy to wipe out tax debt, interest and penalties, have a professional thoroughly review your situation prior to filing. In some cases, filing for bankruptcy will leave you with the clean slate necessary to start over. If you don’t qualify to eliminate tax debt through bankruptcy, however, you may find that when all is said and done, you still have a massive tax liability left to deal with.

As you may be aware, there are different types of bankruptcy that you can file for. Each one has a different purpose, outcome, and long-term effect. Determining which type of bankruptcy will be the best for your situation (if any) demands a close examination of your financial situation, assets, debts, and history from every angle. The opportunity of a second chance that bankruptcy offers could be just what you need, but you need to make sure that you have the best chance of success and nothing comes back to haunt you.

Contact us for pre-bankruptcy counseling to help you determine if bankruptcy is the best answer for you.



    Before Filing for Bankruptcy, let us review your options with you.