Bankruptcy Legal Advice on Non-Dischargeable Debts
Are you confused as to what constitutes non-dischargeable debt in a bankruptcy filing? Bankruptcy can seem like an inscrutable process, especially to those who are just beginning the process. You need the compassionate counsel of an experienced lawyer who specializes in consumer bankruptcy law to guide you through the process.
Nuñez Law Corporation founder Maria J. Nuñez can be that kind of attorney for you — a trusted adviser who makes herself available to address your questions and concerns.
You need to know what kinds of debt are dischargeable, and which are not, in both Chapter 7 bankruptcy and Chapter 13 bankruptcy. This knowledge is essential to your efforts to financially recover. We can explain this information to you clearly and carefully, to make sure you fully understand the positives and the negatives of bankruptcy. Filing for bankruptcy protection is not for everyone in every situation. If we believe you would not benefit from bankruptcy protection, we’ll tell you so.
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Examples of non-dischargeable debt in consumer bankruptcy include:
- Most state and federal income tax
- Tax liability on short sales
- Spousal support and other domestic support obligations
- Student Loans
- Intentional Torts (fraud)
- Criminal Fines
Don’t believe the bankruptcy myths regarding what kinds of debt can and cannot be forgiven during bankruptcy. We intend to set the record straight for you at Nuñez Law Corporation.
If you are still confused about the difference between dischargeable and non-dischargeable debt in Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, contact us. Your free initial consultation with us could be the first step toward the debt relief you need.
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