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If you have large debts that you can't repay, are behind in your mortgage payments and in danger of foreclosure, are being harassed by bill collectors\u2014or all of the above\u2014declaring bankruptcy might be your answer.
What Debts Are Discharged in Chapter 7 Bankruptcy? A Chapter 7 bankruptcy will generally discharge your unsecured debts, such as credit card debt, medical bills and unsecured personal loans. The court will discharge these debts at the end of the process, generally about four to six months after you start.
Bankruptcy does severe, long-lasting damage to your credit. Of all the possible options for managing your debts, it should be considered a last resort. Still, it's often preferable to the outcome it was designed to prevent\u2014financial ruin from insurmountable debt.
You have bills in collections that you cannot pay off. Or if you've racked up significant credit card debt and other methods for paying it back (such as a debt consolidation loan or negotiation) have failed, bankruptcy might be right for you.
There is no minimum debt to file bankruptcy, so the amount does not matter. Examples of unsecured debts include credit card debt, cash advance (payday) loans, and medical bills. Secured debts: If you are behind on a house or car payment, this may be a very good time to file for bankruptcy.
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Nondischargeable debt is a type of debt that cannot be eliminated through a bankruptcy proceeding. Such debts include, but are not limited to, student loans; most federal, state, and local taxes; money borrowed on a credit card to pay those taxes; and child support and alimony.
If the claim is for a lower-priority debt, then if the claim is not filed on time or is successfully objected to, then it is disallowed. This means that the creditor does not get to participate in any distribution. In most circumstances, a disallowed claim is automatically discharged at the end of the bankruptcy case.
Filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy eliminates credit card debt, medical bills and unsecured loans; however, there are some debts that cannot be discharged. Those debts include child support, spousal support obligations, student loans, judgments for damages resulting from drunk driving accidents, and most unpaid taxes.
Disadvantages of Bankruptcy: A bankruptcy may impede your chances of getting a mortgage or car loan for some time. Not all debt will be discharged. Examples of debt that cannot be discharged include child support, alimony, some student loans, divorce settlements and some income taxes.
A claim that the court has approved for payment under a plan of reorganization. Creditors are entitled to vote on a plan only if their claims are impaired and allowed.

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