Many creditors or debt collectors state that you cannot eliminate a debt in bankruptcy. They need to have a basis to challenge the discharge of a debt.
Filing for bankruptcy can stop a tax lien from being filed by either the IRS or the state.
What pre-bankruptcy steps can you take to eliminate and discharge tax debts from the IRS and state. Filing your taxes on time and avoiding fraud are just a few steps.
Are federal income taxes and state income taxes dischargeable in a Chapter 7 bankruptcy. Income taxes can be discharged if they meet certain requirements.
Does Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy allow you to eliminate a tax lien? Chapter 7 bankruptcy can reduce the value of the tax lien and Chapter 13 bankruptcy can eliminate the tax lien.
Chapter 13 bankruptcy can help you repay your student loans. If your student loan payments are to high, filing for Chapter 13 bankruptcy can help you lower your payments.
Can you eliminate timeshare maintenance fees that accumulate after the filing of your bankruptcy case. Are post-petition maintenance fees dischargeable.
If the debt is a property settlement agreement then you may be able to discharge it in a Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Chapter 13 bankruptcy allows you to discharge property settlement agreements.
In bankruptcy you can discharge edd or unemployment overpayments, but you may be subject to a recoupment for the unemployment benefits.