Bankruptcy Attorney Nassau County
Are you overwhelmed with credit card bills, medical bills or do you have judgments liens and charge offs? Chapter 7 bankruptcy is designed to help people who are unable to pay for their existing debts. The purpose of filing a Chapter 7 case is to obtain a discharge of your existing debts (in other words, to get rid out all of your debts; therefore you are no longer to be held responsible for any of your debt).
Unfortunately, under a chapter 7 bankruptcy not every debt can be wiped out. Debts that are not wiped out include:
- In a chapter 7 bankruptcy most taxes (please review IRS Publication 908 with an attorney).
- In a chapter 7 bankruptcy current and back child support.
- In a chapter 7 bankruptcy current and back Alimony.
- In a chapter 7 bankruptcy most student loan default. (may be possible if under hardship)
- In a chapter 7 bankruptcy court-ordered fines from the state or federal government.
- In a chapter 7 bankruptcy restitution debts obtained through fraud or deception.
- In a chapter 7 bankruptcy personal injury debts caused by driving while intoxicated or taking drugs.(unless the bankruptcy court determines that the repayment of those debts / loans would create an undue hardship on you)
You should know you have certain legal rights and must be very selective of the Lawyer or Law Firm that you chose to represent you. You stand a much better chance of success at acquiring true debt relief by aligning yourself with, the skilled New York, bankruptcy lawyers at The Christine Thea Rubinstein Law Firm. Our attorneys are not only trained in handling simple bankruptcy matters, we take care of complex bankruptcy litigation in Nassau County, New York, Suffolk County New York, Brooklyn, Kings and Queens Counties New York and, on Long Island and all New York City boroughs including Bronx, Westchester, Richmond County, and Manhattan New York.