Years of Experience
Attorney Bob Schaller
Attorney Schaller's Philosophy
Bob’s goal is to help clients to erase or reduce IRS back-taxes. For over 35 years, Schaller has provided clients with high-quality, competitively priced, legal services. In fact, Attorney Schaller wrote the 664-page book on erasing IRS back-taxes.
Bob understands the pressure experienced by taxpayers facing the IRS alone. The IRS may be the world’s toughest collection entity, with the power to levy bank accounts, seize assets, take a taxpayer’s home, garnish wages, and place a Notice of Federal Tax Lien.
BOB SEEKS TO EXPLAIN YOUR RIGHTS AND SHIELD YOU FROM THE IRS.
CLIENT TESTIMONIALS ABOUT ATTORNEY BOB SCHALLER
Attorney Bob "took my worries away immediately."
"Bob helped me when I thought I was at the end of my rope. My life will be better because of Bob."
"I truly believe that God put Mr. Schaller in our path."
"Bob is a loyal and loving family man who adores his children and I believe that's what makes him to be understanding of others."
"Gets the job done and makes you feel comfortable and respected in the process."
Attorney "Bob is truly a caring and compassionate man. Bob treated us as if we were best of friends from beginning, middle and end."
"I liked his attitude and expertise in doing his job."
“The thing I like most about Attorney Bob Schaller is his ability to explain the law. That he answers his own phone when he can and he returns calls quickly.”
"Friendly, open, respectful, and did not judge me."
Attorney Bob is "friendly, easy to understand, and made the experience pleasant - not scary.”
"Bob is always available to answer any questions you may have."
"I like Attorney Bob's knowledge, friendliness, fits us into his schedule, cares."
- United States Supreme Court
- United States Tax Court
- United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit
- Illinois Supreme Court
- DePaul University School of Law, J.D., 1985
- University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana, B.S. Accountancy, 1982
- University of Chicago, M.B.A. candidate 1986/87
- University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana, Certified Public Accountant
- Registered CPA
- University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana, Certified Public Accountant Certificate
- Editorial Boards:
- CBA Record, Chicago Bar Association, past editorial board member
- Young Lawyers Journal, Chicago Bar Association, past editor in chief
- The Brief, DuPage County Bar Association, past editorial board member
- IRS Offer in Compromise, Installment Agreements & Innocent Spouse Relief: A Treatise for Tax Professionals.
- IRS Innocent Spouse Tax Relief: A Treatise for Attorneys, CPAs & Tax Preparers.
- IRS Installment Agreements: A Treatise for Attorneys, CPAs, Accountants & Tax Preparers.
- IRS Offer in Compromise: A Treatise for Attorneys, CPAs, Accountants & Tax Preparers.
- DIY Guide to IRS Offer in Compromise & The Fresh Start Initiative.
- Career Advisor’s Guide to Starting a Solo Bankruptcy Firm: Exploring a New Career Path.
- A Lawyer’s Guide to Filing Chapter 7 Bankruptcy: Learning the Nuts and Bolts of Filing Your First Case.
- Bankruptcy: Why My Neighbor Had to File
- DIY Guide to Filing Chapter 7 Bankruptcy: Line-by-Line Instructions and Day-by-Day Timeline
- Starting a Solo Law Firm in 2020-2021.
- How to Start a Law Firm: Including a $100,000 Bankruptcy Firm.
- Bar Association Journals:
- Yes, Income Taxes Are Dischargeable In Bankruptcy, 2016 Illinois Bar Journal 32.
- Client Development: Attracting Commodities Clients. ISBA’s Young Lawyers Division Newsletter, Vol. 31, No. 2.
- Gambling Debts Discharged in Bankruptcy. Volume 12, The Brief, Journal of the DuPage County Bar Association.
- Divorce: Discharging Debts in Bankruptcy. Volume 11, The Brief, Journal of the DuPage County Bar Association.
- Family Law Attorneys Can Prevent Fees From Being Discharged in Bankruptcy. Volume 11, The Brief, Journal of the DuPage County Bar Association.
- Advising Clients About Credit Card Debt. Volume 10, The Brief, Journal of the DuPage County Bar Association.
- Power of Attorney: A Tool To Improve Client Service. Volume 9, The Brief, Journal of the DuPage County Bar Association.
- Review of Reviews, CBA Record, September 1988.
- Going Through the Motions in Federal Court. CBA Young Lawyer’s Journal, Vol. 17, No. 3.
- Federal Judge Nicholas J. Bua, CBA Young Lawyer’s Journal, Vol. 17, No. 1.
- Becoming a Member of the Federal Court General Bar. CBA Young Lawyer’s Journal, Vol. 16, No. 5.
- Diversity Jurisdiction and Professional Corporations. CBA Young Lawyer’s Journal, Vol. 16, No. 4.
- National Journals:
- Proof of Claim Filing Deadline Applies to Secured Creditors. XXXIV American Bankruptcy Institute Journal 38 (September 2015, Vol. XXXIV, No.9, Page 38.
- Chapter 13 Debtors Need Not Pay Late-Filed Mortgage Arrearage Claims. Consumer Bankruptcy Journal (Winter 2015 Volume, Pages 20-24).
- Law Reviews:
- Applying the Wilko Doctrine’s Anti-Arbitration Policy in Commodities Fraud Cases. 61 Chicago-Kent Law Review 515.
- FSLIC Federal Receivership Appointments for Allegedly Insolvent State Savings and Loan Associations: A Plot to
Federalize State Savings and Loans Against Their Will? 33 DePaul Law Review 783.