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7669 Tax Lien Remedies
November 15 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pmFree
Please join us on November 15 for a live Zoom webinar from 12–1 PM by Charlotte Erdmann, LL.M., Orlando. Tax Section members free; non-section members register for only $75, which includes section membership. Course number 7669 is approved for 1 CLE and 1 certification credit each in Real Estate; State and Federal Government and Administrative Practice; Tax Law; and Wills, Trusts, and Estates. REGISTER
This program will provide a detailed overview of various remedies to federal tax liens. Specifically, we will discuss the impact of tax liens on real estate, requesting lien payoff figures, withdraws, certificates of discharge, certificates of non-attachment, and lien subordination requests. We will also touch on the importance of collection due process requests when notices of federal tax liens are filed, as well the lien implications to installment agreements and offers in compromises.
Charlotte Erdmann, LL.M. received her law degree from Barry University School of Law. While studying at Barry University, Ms. Erdmann participated in the Volunteer Income Tax Association (VITA) program assisting low and middle income families prepare their tax returns. While in law school, Charlotte also won first place in the Federal Bar Association, Section on Taxation’s National Writing Competition. Her article was published in the Section’s academic journal and an abridged version was featured in Federal Lawyer Magazine, a publication with national readership.
After graduating with her Juris Doctorate from Barry University, Ms. Erdmann obtained a Master of Laws degree (LL.M.) specializing in taxation from the University of Florida. This University of Florida program consistently ranks in the top 3 programs of its kind nationwide. Ms. Erdmann started her legal career with a boutique Orlando personal injury firm while she attended law school. When she completed her LL.M. degree, Charlotte worked for a small litigation firm and gained experience in foreclosure defense, real estate, and taxation. She later worked at a large consumer defense firm and specialized in real estate transactions, including deed-in-lieu of foreclosures, short sales, traditional sales, as well as foreclosure defense and tax controversy.
Charlotte is active in the Florida Bar Tax Section and received a prestigious fellowship position for the Section for the 2017-2019 term. She is the Co-Director of The Education Committee for the 2022-2024 term and further contributes to the Section by writing articles for other Tax Section members and presents legal education courses on federal tax controversy matters.
Charlotte Erdmann has been featured on Channel 9 news and is active in the Central Florida Association of Women Lawyers, the Orange County Bar Association, and the Florida Bar Tax Section. She is admitted to the Tax Court, Middle District of Florida Federal Court, and Florida State Courts.