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Chapter 7 bankruptcy relief via discharge is available once every eight years. The Chapter 7 entitles you to receive a discharge (wipe out the debts) of all dischargeable debts, such as charge cards, medical bills, unsecured bank loans, car loans, deficiency balances after sale of collateral on secured debts are some of the more common examples of debts that can be wiped out by a Chapter 7 filing.
There are a few type debts that commonly will not discharge in a Chapter 7- such as child support, maintenance (alimony), recent tax debts, federally backed government student loans are examples of debts that do not discharge in a Chapter 7 bankruptcy.
An attorney will meet with you to evaluate your case and answer any questions you may have. Feel free to complete the client questionnaire to the best of your ability and bring it to your appointment.
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