There are some debts and obligations that will not be discharged in a Chapter 7 bankruptcy.
These debts include:
- Federal, state and local taxes that became due in the last three years;
- Court-ordered fines and restitution;
- Student loans;
- Any debt for death or personal injury cases caused while driving while intoxicated;
- Debts based on fraud, theft or dishonesty;
- Debt you incurred to pay off nondischargeable debt;
- Spousal and child support along with other divorce-related debts;
- Divorce and property settlements, which are not dischargeable unless the other party agrees to the discharge;
- Debts that were not listed in your bankruptcy petition; and
- Any debts incurred after you filed for bankruptcy.
If for any of the above reasons you are not a good candidate for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, you may still be a good candidate for Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Please contact my office today to discuss your options.
Contact Marine View Law & Escrow, P.L.L.C.
I am attorney Renee Roman and I provide a confidential consultation to all new clients. To arrange a meeting with me, contact me by email or call my office at 206-701-6564 or 877-449-4819.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.