It is possible to discharge income tax obligations in bankruptcy; however, taxes must meet certain requirements to be dischargeable. Taxes that fail to meet such requirements fall within the Bankruptcy Code’s exception to discharge, found in 11 U.S.C. § 523(a)(1). While discharging income taxes can be complicated, there are three basic rules that apply: Three […]Read more
Lawsuit and Judgment Your doorbell rings and you open the door to find a stranger with a handful of papers standing in front of you. Next you hear the chilling words “you’ve been served”. Nobody likes being served with a lawsuit. It’s perfectly normal to feel panicked and worried. If you had stopped making payments […]Read more
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