When a person files a bankruptcy case, the goal is to wipe out as much debt as possible so that the person can get a fresh start. You may not want to get rid of some of your debts if, for example, you want to keep your home and car and want to continue to pay the mortgage and car payments. There are other debts that you cannot get rid of. Your other debts are either dischargeable, meaning that your personal liability will be eliminated, or non- dischargeable, meaning that you will continue to remain liable on the debt after your bankruptcy is over.  Learn More

Not necessarily. There are different options when it comes to homes and vehicles when filing for bankruptcy.  Learn More

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