What Happens To Different Types Of Debt During Bankruptcy?
If you are considering filing for bankruptcy, it is important to understand how different types of debt are treated in bankruptcy. All debt is not treated equally. Depending on the chapter of bankruptcy under which the individual files, certain debts may be discharged, while other forms of debt may not be. Before making a decision as to whether bankruptcy is right for you, it is important to discuss your complete financial situation with an experienced bankruptcy attorney.
I am Andrew M. Doktofsky, and I am a Long Island bankruptcy attorney with twenty years of experience. From the initial consultation, I will competently assess your financial situation and allow you to make an informed decision about whether bankruptcy is the best option for you.
Informational Resources On How Various Debts Are Treated
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- Dischargeable vs. nondischargeable debts
- Claims of creditors
- Mortgages and bankruptcy
- Student loans and bankruptcy
The information on this website is for educational purposes only and is not a substitute for a consultation with an experienced bankruptcy attorney. I am Andrew M. Doktofsky of The Law Office of Andrew M. Doktofsky, P.C., and I have years of experience helping families and individuals navigate through the difficult and confusing bankruptcy process.
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