Herrin Law

Daniel Herrin

June 2022 | $58,000 IRS Levy/Garnishment Resolved in 30 Days

IRS was trying to collect over $58,000 from client for allegedly not paying tax. The IRS miscalculated the client’s income and were threatening to levy his bank account and wages. We were able to resolve the matter with the IRS and zero out the clients tax liability from over $58,000 to $0.00. The client had …

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June 2022 | $10,457.57 Total Settlement | Creditor Harassment

Client hired our law firm to help him settle his outstanding debts. We sent letters to the creditor notifying them that the client had retained counsel. Creditor disregarded our notice and continued to harass our client by calling him and sending collection letters. Client owed creditor over $7707.57 for an unpaid debt. As a result …

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June 2022 | $8,750 Total Settlement | Travel Agent Refused to Refund Money

Client paid a third party travel agent to book flights. At the airport, the travel agent could not book one of the flights and promised to refund the money. The travel agent never refunded the money (over $1500). Client hired us. We filed a lawsuit against the travel agent and were able to have the …

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Buying a House After a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

Can you purchase a home after your bankruptcy is over?  The short answer is ABSOLUTELY! I have had hundreds of clients successfully purchase homes after they received their bankruptcy discharge. The bankruptcy discharge is what you receive once you have completed your bankruptcy. If you filed a chapter 7 bankruptcy and received a discharge, you …

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