Bankruptcy is a powerful tool used by debtors to discharge or reduce certain financial obligations incurred by a debtor. Understandably it is a difficult decision to make. Along with the benefit that Bankruptcy provides comes consequences and responsibilities that can be substantial. Not every financial situation is appropriate to solve through Bankruptcy, however, filing bankruptcy can provide a fresh start and relieve the immense burden that comes with unmanageable debt.
Certain debts cannot be discharged during a bankruptcy. We can assist you with understanding whether or not you need to file petitions for exemptions and outline the best options based on your overall financial situation.
Typically Non-Dischargeable Debts
The decision to file bankruptcy requires close scrutiny of your finances, income, and lifestyle. It requires looking at your present situation as well as what your financial picture will look like after the bankruptcy is complete. If considering or even if you just have questions about bankruptcy you should consult an attorney. To help us better assess your case you may refer to our Bankruptcy Worksheet. This document will help you begin to organize and gather the information that will be needed in order to analyze your case and to appropriately file your petition
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