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Understanding Bankruptcy Cases and Outcomes

Hello, my name is Quianna Ridalgo. I enjoy talking to others about bankruptcy case outcomes. Court officials handle each type of debt, from credit cards to home loans, differently. Debtors must carefully prepare themselves for the court proceedings to cope with the outcome appropriately. The way creditors handle the discharged debt also interests me. Bankruptcy attorneys assist their clients with each step of the bankruptcy process from filing paperwork to meeting with creditors. Debtors and creditors both receive counsel that helps them move forward appropriately at every point in the case. The information I share on my site may help you learn about everyone's role in these complex cases. Feel free to come by anytime to learn more information about this interesting subject.

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2017

How Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Deals With IRS Tax Liens

Filing Chapter 7 bankruptcy is a good option if you want to get out of debt without repaying all the debts you owe, but it has limits. In other words, Chapter 7 bankruptcy will not usually eliminate all the debts you have, and it may not eliminate IRS tax liens you have on your house. Here are a few things you should understand if you have IRS tax liens on your house and are planning on filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy.