You have questions, we have answers: What kinds of debt can I NOT eliminate in bankruptcy?

In most cases you cannot eliminate student loans, certain tax debts, secured debts (such as mortgages or car loans) for personal and real property that you plan on keeping, or court ordered domestic support payments. You also cannot eliminate some debts which were incurred within 60 to 90 days prior to the date of filing bankruptcy.

If you have a specific debt that you are concerned may not qualify for bankruptcy protection, please don’t hesitate to call, text or email us. We are always available for a free consultation and in-depth review of your case.