Paul R. Tom Attorney At Law

Paul R. Tom Attorney At Law

Paul R. Tom Attorney At Law has been providing comprehensive taxpayer defense for over 25 years resolving individual tax and Internal Revenue Service (IRS) problems. Serving the Tulsa, OK and surrounding communities, Paul R. Tom Attorney At Law has represented taxpayers in state, and IRS tax matters throughout the country. Paul R. Tom and Legacy Law specialize in bankruptcy filings and helping people become debt free. THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS A HOPELESS TAX PROBLEM!

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Our office will be closed December 23rd and December 26th for Christmas. We want to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas! Paul Tom and Staff

Happy Thanksgiving! Our office will be closing at noon today and will reopen on Monday!

JUST POSTED: MY SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THE BANKRUPTCY DISCHARGE WAR I just finished my third article in a series titled “THE BANKRUPTCY DISCHARGE WAR”. If you’re interested in what’s happening in this rapidly changing area of the law, I invite you to read my articles. I’ve spent 25 years of my career studying the ins and outs of discharging taxes in bankruptcy. If you have tax debts that you think may be dischargeable, please call me at 918-743-2000. Let’s discuss whether you’re entitled to relief from your tax debts in bankruptcy. the-bankruptcy-discharge-war-part-i This article was written after the Bankruptcy Code was radically amended by the Banruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act (BAPCPA) of 2005 but before the federal courts began interpreting BAPCPA’s tax discharge provisions. the-bankruptcy-discharge-war-part-ii This article was written after the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit “judicially legislated” a long-standing tax discharge provision out of the Bankruptcy Code by deciding that a late-filed return – whether it’s one day late or ten years late – is NOT a return for purposes of bankruptcy. You thought legislation was left to the legislature, didn’t you? Not true. the-bankruptcy-discharge-war-part-iii This article was written after two more Circuit Courts (First Circuit and Tenth Circuit) followed the lead of the Fifth Circuit and legislated into law the “one-day-late rule, but also after the 11th Circuit and the 9th Circuit refused to adopt the one-day-late rule. One can only hope that the United States Supreme Court will step in at some point and straighten out this mess.