Injured Spouse Relief
An “Injured Spouse” is someone who filed a joint tax return with their spouse, and their entire refund was kept by the IRS to satisfy a federal debt of the other spouse. The “injured” spouse on a jointly-filed tax return can recover their share of the refund if the federal debt (for example, student-loan debt) was solely the debt of their spouse. The term “injured” refers to the negatively impacted spouse, who does not owe the debt. If this has happened to you and you would like your share of your joint tax refund paid back to you, we can get it for you if you qualify. Call us today and speak to an experienced, licensed Injured Spouse Relief expert who can represent you in this matter with the IRS, (832) 507-6124.