Dischargeable Debt In Huntsville? Contact Our Lawyer
What Debts Are Dischargeable In Bankruptcy?
At the Alabama law firm of Jack B. Sabatini, Attorney at Law, we often answer questions about what types of debt are dischargeable in a bankruptcy filing. The type of debt you have can be a significant factor to consider when deciding whether to file for bankruptcy. Most often, our clients are pleasantly surprised by how much of their debt qualifies as “dischargeable.”
While we provide the information below as a general guideline for potential clients, the best way to get answers tailored to your specific situation is to meet with attorney Jack B. Sabatini. To schedule a free consultation, call 256-534-4557 or contact the firm online.
Upon review of your creditors, we can provide you with definitive answers regarding whether all or some of your debt is dischargeable. Generally, the following types of debt are dischargeable during bankruptcy:
Types of debt that typically are not dischargeable through a bankruptcy filing include recent taxes, child support, alimony, and debts involving fraudulent or criminal matters.
Can I Discharge Student Loan Debt?
Student loans are generally not dischargeable unless one can prove undue hardship, which is extremely difficult to do. Speak to a knowledgeable bankruptcy lawyer for more information and debt relief advice pertaining to your unique situation.
Discharge Debt In Bankruptcy · Lawyer Serving Madison And Surrounding Areas
To learn more about dischargeable debt, contact our Huntsville attorney at 256-534-4557 or email us to discuss dischargeable debt with a Huntsville attorney.
We offer free initial consultations.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.
Jack B. Sabatini
Attorney at Law 108 South Side Square Huntsville, AL 35801