Bankruptcy resolves your debts. How it does so depends on whether your debt is secured, priority, or general unsecured. Your debts are the reason you are reading this. You want to know how bankruptcy would deal with your debts. Will bankruptcy write off all your debts? Can you keep paying some of your debts like a vehicle loan or … Read More
The laws about the treatment of different types of creditors can often be used in your favor to pay who you want or need to pay.
You can put a “preferential payment” to work for you if you owe a “priority” debt–back child or spousal support, or recent income taxes.
If a creditor’s proof of claim is a “priority” or secured debt is too high, object to it to avoid paying too much in your Chapter 13 case.
What makes “priority” debts so special?