Tax Sale

A tax sale refers to a transaction wherein a property is sold off in order to recover unpaid taxes. Though this may sound simple, the process is not. The laws governing tax sales in Pennsylvania are quite complex. Without the relevant legal knowledge, you could make mistakes that could end up costing you later on.

When you work with our law firm, Vinsko & Associates, P.C., we make sure you understand your rights and how the law applies to your situation before taking your case any further. Our lawyers know how to protect your interests from start to finish and have litigated hundreds of tax sales throughout the course of the last decade.

Our Clients

We represent clients throughout Eastern Pennsylvania, offering counsel to homeowners and buyers alike. We understand that emotions can run high with some real estate transactions and that tempers may flare up, which is why we provide our clients with an objective perspective. In all matters, we provide sound legal counsel and committed representation that gets matters resolved effectively.

Our attorneys have litigated hundreds of tax sale matters, practicing at all levels from local district courts to the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania. Tax claim bureaus reach out to us on complex tax sale issues. If you have a tax sale matter, you want Vinsko & Associates, P.C., to represent you.

The Three Types Of Tax Sales In Pennsylvania

We represent clients in all three types of tax sales:

  • Upset Tax Sales
  • Private Tax Sales
  • Judicial (free and clear) Tax Sales

Frequently, tax sales involve challenges by former owners, title issues and lien creditor claims. We defend tax sale purchasers from banks, lenders and creditors who attempt to void or strike tax sales to defend the validity of tax sales.

For homeowners, we provide the best defense possible to protect our clients' rights and save their homes. We have had properties returned to the rightful owners where notices were not properly given.

Protect Your Home With Vinsko & Associates, P.C.

To schedule a consultation, send us an email, or call our Wilkes-Barre office at 570-550-0815 or our Philadelphia office at 215-278-4767.