What Kind Of Debt Can Be Discharged In Bankruptcy?
A Chapter 7 bankruptcy is a great way to reduce or eliminate many debts. A Chapter 7 bankruptcy can help discharge credit card debts, medical debts and many other types of unsecured debt.
However, there are some debts that are difficult or impossible to discharge through bankruptcy. Debts that are difficult or impossible to discharge include:
- Student loans
- Child support arrears
- Certain types of taxes owed to the government
To learn more about dischargeable and non-dischargeable debts, contact an attorney at O'Connor, O'Connor, Bresee & First. We offer a free consultation and case evaluation to discuss your legal rights and options. To contact our firm, call 518-465-0400 or contact us toll free at 877-886-4029.
Personal Service And Experience
At O'Connor, O'Connor, Bresee & First, we offer legal services that are highly responsive to our client's individual needs. We understand that no two clients and no two cases are the same.
We tailor our approach to meet your needs. To do so, we take time to listen, ask pertinent questions and evaluate the particular facts of your case. Throughout the process of your case, we will continue to provide quality legal representation by promptly returning your calls, keeping you informed about your case and providing knowledgeable advice you can trust.
If you need to speak with a lawyer about a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, Chapter 13 bankruptcy or other debt relief services, including bankruptcy alternatives, contact our law office in Albany, New York. For assistance, call 518-465-0400 or contact us by e-mail.
We are a federally designated debt relief agency proudly helping people file debt reorganization plans and bankruptcy for over 30 years.