Bankruptcy wipes out most debts. The only ones that aren’t are explicitly not discharged under federal bankruptcy law. Debts Covered by the Discharge The basic rule is that bankruptcy discharges all your debts unless a particular debt fits a listed exception. Focusing on Chapter 7 “straight bankruptcy” today, you will likely receive an Order of Discharge from the bankruptcy court within … Read More
When you file your bankruptcy case can determine whether you qualify for Chapter 7. Filing sooner may help you pass the means test. Timing Can Be SO Important There are lots of ways you could greatly benefit from meeting with a bankruptcy lawyer sooner rather than later. You may save yourself lots of money by choosing an option that … Read More
Yes, Chapter 7 may make sense if discharging your other debts would enable you to catch up on your back mortgage payments quickly enough.
The Federalist Papers are a key source for understanding the intentions of the drafters of the Constitution. What do these essays say about the Bankruptcy Clause?