Can I Be Free of Debt By Filing for Bankruptcy?
Bankruptcy & Debt Discharge
Bankruptcy is specifically intended to eliminate all eligible debts, allowing a consumer
to find freedom from crushing amounts of debt. Not all debt is eligible for
discharge through bankruptcy, however, which means that you may not be able to be
completely free of debt by filing for bankruptcy. The best step that you can take
to find out which of your debts can be discharged is to speak with an
Irvine bankruptcy attorney from
Peter Rasla & Associates, P.L.C.
Debts that are not usually discharged in bankruptcy include:
- Student loans
- Tax debt
- Debts to government agencies
- Debts for spousal support, child support, and child custody
- Debts for personal injury
- Debts for certain retirement plans
- Debts for court fines and penalties
Very rarely are the above debts able to be discharged in bankruptcy. An
attorney from our firm can help you to eliminate your eligible consumer
debts so that you can focus on repaying these debts in order to be debt-free.
If you do not have any of the debts listed above, it is likely that your
debts can be completely – or nearly completely – eliminated through
Chapter 7 or
Chapter 13 bankruptcy!
Learn More by Speaking with an Irvine Bankruptcy Lawyer
Do you need to find relief from overwhelming debts? Peter Rasla & Associates,
P.L.C. has the knowledge and experience that you need. We know your rights
as a consumer and will fight to protect you from
creditor harassment while you seek to get things in order. With our help, you can file for
the right type of bankruptcy to eliminate your excess debts and help you
get back on track.
Call us today at (949) 390-9994 to request your initial
case evaluation. The sooner you
contact us, the better!