Hi, thanks for your question. You should hire a lawyer for specific legal advice. No attorney client relationship is created here.
You should contact the IRS to give you an official determination.
To meet the dischargability requirement: 1. must be income tax, 2. must be 3 years old
3. must be timely and accurately filed, if late/inaccurate, fixed more than 2 years before your filing.
4. Must not have been assessed in the last 240 days.
The IRS can let you know if it meets these terms to be discharged in your case.
Do you have any questions?
no, OK thanx, will contact IRS...........
Great. good luck to you thanks for your question
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