Thursday, April 3, 2014

Will Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Get Rid Of My Debt?

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy is the most common form of filing in the state of Georgia. Chapter 7 is frequently referred to as a "fresh start." It is relatively quick and allows you to discharge your debt to allow you to start again with a clean slate. 

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy cases can remove debts for the following:

· Credit Card Debts

· Medical Bills

· Lawsuits for injuries caused while driving uninsured

· Debts following evictions and/or repossessions

· Lawsuits for breach of contract

· Small or moderate NSF checks

· Garnishments

· Most business debts

Chapter 7 bankruptcy may not discharge some of the following debts; your attorney will help you to understand where you stand.

· Child Support

· Student Loans

· Some Criminal Fines

· Some Taxes

· Debts incurred fraudulently

When your bankruptcy is accepted by the court, your dischargeable debts are wiped clean and you are awarded a clean slate to start anew. Call King and King at 404-524-6400 for a free consultation today or visit us online at