Posts Categorized: Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

Are Spousal Support Payments Dischargeable in Bankruptcy?

Are Support Payments Dischargeable in Ohio? A dischargeable debt is one that can be eliminated during bankruptcy, meaning that you are no longer required to pay it off. However, some debts are non-dischargeable, meaning that you will be responsible for them in full, even after bankruptcy. Under 11 USC § 523(a)(5), payments for spousal support… Read more »

My Visa bills are piling up, can bankruptcy help?

Bankruptcy can help eliminate Visa bills that have spiraled out of control Yes, filing for bankruptcy is an effective way of eliminating credit card debt. If you’ve run large balances on a Visa card as a result of a job loss or unexpected medical procedure, filing for Chapter 7 will completely eliminate those bills. The… Read more »

Will Filing for Bankruptcy Stop Foreclosure in Ohio?

Bankruptcy Stop Foreclosure Ohio

Last updated July 28, 2017. Yes, filing for bankruptcy will stop foreclosure in Ohio, or any other state for that matter, at least on a temporary basis. The minute a bankruptcy case is filed, an injunction known as the automatic stay springs in to place. The automatic stay is an order of the bankruptcy court… Read more »