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Blog Posts in October, 2012

Two Types of Debts You May Still Owe After Bankruptcy

Non Dischargeable Debts in Bankruptcy Most debts ARE legally written off ("discharged") in bankruptcy. But let's clear up some likely confusion about certain debts that might not be discharged. There ...
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Solving Child and Spousal Support Debt Problems in California through Bankruptcy

Child Support and Spousal Support If you are behind in your support payments, you owe a very special kind of debt. It may surprise you to hear that even this debt can be tamed through bankruptcy. ...
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Bill Collector Says I Can't Eliminate the Debt in Bankruptcy?

Most debts are eliminated when you file a bankruptcy, especially the kind that a bill collector would likely be calling you about. So unless the debt is a student loan, tax, or some other special kind ...
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