What Creditors Can Be Discharged in a Bankruptcy
Most if not all creditors are subject to the bankruptcy discharge, even taxes. The non-exclusive list: credit cards, certain taxes, medical debts, personal injury debts, some tort claims, delinquent utilities, some home owners dues, mortgages, personal lines of credit, business debts, some student loans etc. Even if a debt is not dischargeable, a personal can […]Continue reading
Recovering From Bankruptcy
Great article from US News & World Report with helpful tips for getting back on your feet after bankruptcy. If you’re in need of help with filing for bankruptcy, contact our team at Integrity Law Group, PLLC for a free consultation. A Roadmap Out of Bankruptcy To get back on your feet, start by taking small steps […]Continue reading
Should I File for Bankruptcy?
How to Determine Whether a Person Should File for Bankruptcy The general rule of thumb is anyone can qualify for a bankruptcy, but is it in a person’s best interest to file? The answer is not simple. There are three major types of bankruptcies that people may use to discharge debts or work as a […]Continue reading