Florida Non-Dischargeable Debts Attorneys
Many people are under the impression that filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy will relieve them of any and all debts, but there are some debts that cannot be discharged through a bankruptcy filing. Some debts must be paid back by the debtor no matter what the circumstances are surrounding their balances owed. Bankruptcy laws are complex and specific to each person’s situation. As such, individuals may want to consult an experienced bankruptcy attorney to better understand how bankruptcy can benefit them.
If you or someone you love is interested in bankruptcy or has questions pertaining to the specifics of debt relief, the Florida bankruptcy lawyers at the Law Office of Ryan J. Really, Attorney at Law, PLLC, may be able to help. Contact us today at (239) 237-0675 for information about our services and the many ways we can help you with this process.
Types of Non-Dischargeable Debts
Although circumstances can greatly vary from person to person and there are exceptions in the bankruptcy process, some of the most common debts that are not able to be discharged through a Chapter 7 bankruptcy filing include:
- The majority of student loans
- Alimony payments
- Debts incurred from falsifying financial statements
- Child support
- Income taxes for the past 3 years
- Court fines resulting from criminal charges
Anyone considering bankruptcy should take the time to ensure that the debts they think will be discharged can, in fact, be eliminated.
For information about bankruptcy laws and the complex nature of debt discharge, contact the Florida Chapter 7 bankruptcy attorneys at the Law Office of Ryan J. Really at (239) 237-0675.