Are you considering bankruptcy and have questions about non-dischargeable debts and how they affect you? Watch this video by experienced Jamestown bankruptcy lawyer Scott Humble to learn more about what debts can and cannot be discharged in a bankruptcy in New York.
I had a client come in the other day and they had done some research and they were concerned about debts that were not discharged in bankruptcy. You have to understand that 99% of the debts are discharged in bankruptcy. The exceptions are going to be if they have something to do with family court or maybe there’s a judgment in some kind of fraud, something like that. Fraud or family court or divorce is not going to be affected by filing a bankruptcy, either Chapter 7 or Chapter 13, but all the rest of the stuff will be discharged and gone.
If you or someone you love is seeking debt relief and has questions about non-dischargeable debts, contact us today to arrange a free confidential consultation with dedicated Jamestown bankruptcy lawyer Scott F. Humble. Let his 30+ years of experience work for you.