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Detroit Bankruptcy Lawyer: Can I Get Rid Of Income Taxes in Bankruptcy?

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Certain Federal, State and Local income taxes can be discharged in a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 Bankruptcy.

Detroit Bankruptcy Lawyer: How Much Do You Charge For A Chapter 7?

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             Of all the questions I get asked on a daily basis, this is the last question anyone should be asking of their bankruptcy attorney. It’s the same as asking me how much to paint your house, when I have never seen you house. Bankruptcy is very complicated and very technical and…

Detroit Bankruptcy Lawyer: Can I Get Rid of Student Loans in Bankruptcy?

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This is a hot button question I get asked all the time. It’s no wonder, with about 1 trillion dollars (that’s more than the auto industry bailout and the Wall Street bailout) in student loan debt in this country and a very bleak job market for college graduates, this will become a crisis in the coming years. In fact, this very well may be the next meltdown in the country.

Detroit Bankruptcy Lawyer:Can My Ex-Spouse Discharge the Credit Card Debt He/She Owes Me from the Divorce?

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This is the second part to my last article I wrote on whether spousal support can be discharged in bankruptcy. If you missed that article, you can read it here. Credit card debt works differently than a Domestic Support Obligation and there are different rules for this type of treatment.

Detroit Bankruptcy Lawyers: The Christmas Season is Upon Us, So is Massive Credit Card Debt.

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Christmas is a time for family, charitable giving, goodwill towards all, and gift giving. It is also a time when we can forget the troubles in our lives and enjoy one night of happiness. We will watch the glow of happiness of children as they open their gifts and watch the smiles of our loved ones as we enjoy the company of the ones we love.

Detroit Bankruptcy Lawyers: What Is The Means Test In Bankruptcy?

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The Means Test was created by Congress to prevent people from filing Chapter 7 bankruptcy and forcing them to file Chapter 13 instead.