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 generally use a bankruptcy to settle with creditors or force extended payments with creditors they would not be able to force without a bankruptcy.

Visit the United States Courts site for a general overview of bankruptcy discharges, including what it is, how to pertain it, and other frequently asked questions.

If you would like to speak with a bankruptcy attorney in Seattle for more detailed information on what debts you are able to discharge, contact Integrity Law Group at (206) 838-8118 or admin@integritylawgroup.net.

 

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