Your Liberty Tax Service Contract probably has wording that says you can’t sue Liberty Tax Service in any court except Small Claims Court, thanks to an arbitration clause. It might seem overwhelming, and take a long time, but if you sue Liberty Tax Service in small claims court it usually gets you what you want.
Looking to sue Liberty Tax Service? You have to verify first and foremost so that your case qualifies.
Small claims courts are unique and only take certain types of cases so before you run off to sue Liberty Tax Service in small claims court you have to make sure that your case qualifies.
Your case qualified? Great. Now you start the process to sue Liberty Tax Service in small claims court with a demand letter. The demand letter is a very simple letter required by most courts in an attempt to allow Liberty Tax Service to fix the problem voluntarily. The use of any court is a burden on the taxpayers which is why they want to make sure you’ve exercised all of your options before coming to them.
This letter doesn’t have to be complicated, in fact, all it has to do is explain your name and contact information, what your issue is, and how you want Liberty Tax Service to fix it’s just to give them the opportunity to acknowledge your issue and rectify the situation.
You have to mail a hard copy of this letter to their official, legal address via certified mail to:
JTH Tax, Inc.
Corporate Creations Network, Inc.
3411 Silverside Road Tatnall Building, Ste 104
Wilmington, DE 19810
If you would like examples of demand letters or more information about how to write them, you can find an excellent guide here.
Once you are done filing, the next step to sue Liberty Tax Service is to let them know that you have filed the paperwork officially. This process is called serving.
Once again, every court is different in terms of how you are to properly serve documents to a defendant. If you don’t follow each and every rule for this step your case will be thrown out with no compensation.
Ready to sue Liberty Tax Service in small claims court?
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