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May 2018 Archives

Could tax debt be discharged in Chapter 7 bankruptcy?

When Louisiana residents suffer from considerable debt, they may fear that they will be saddled with this burden forever. Though they may seriously consider Chapter 7 bankruptcy as a way to deal with their liabilities, they may already know that some debts may not be discharged through this process. As a result, they may wonder if they should even more forward with the necessary legal proceedings.

More shoe stores are filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy

Running a business tends to have its difficulties. Even when companies reach a certain level of success, owners still understand that there are risks around every corner. Unfortunately for some, financial issues could quickly arise that leave Louisiana businesses and those elsewhere struggling. As a result, they need debt assistance available through a Chapter 11 bankruptcy.

Chapter 7 bankruptcy may suit those with no or low income

For a considerable amount of time, many Louisiana residents may feel that they have solid control over their finances. They may think that they will never end up in a situation where their debt becomes too overwhelming, but a sudden event, such as job loss, could easily and quickly lead to substantial debt accumulation. As a result, some parties may end up considering bankruptcy.

Exploring bankruptcy as debt relief option may be wise

Having a substantial amount of debt is an issue that numerous Americans face, including many in Louisiana. The manner in which the debt was accrued can differ from case to case, and because of the individual nature of each case, the debt relief avenue that works best can vary from person to person. However, for parties facing overwhelming liabilities, considering bankruptcy may be worthwhile.

Bankruptcy as debt relief: How does it affect auto loan interest?

Because there are many misconceptions regarding bankruptcy, it is common for people to discount this option when considering how to handle their outstanding debt. In particular, some Louisiana residents may mistakenly believe that they will never be able to get a loan after filing for bankruptcy. Fortunately, that is not the case, and while this method of debt relief can affect credit, it does not have to remain permanent.

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