Click Fraud Protection

Tag: debt discharged through bankruptcy

Westgate Law > Blog >

What Are the Ramifications of US Credit Card Debt if You No Longer Live in the US?

In a recent online discussion with a distressed woman, I was told the following story. A woman originally from Poland moved to the United States. She was married in the United States in 2009, but quickly realized she had entered into an abusive relationship and needed to get out and far away. Since she was […]

I Filed Bankruptcy…Can I Sell My House Now and Keep My Equity?

There are a lot of questions that need answers before the decision to file bankruptcy. There are a lot of questions that come up during the bankruptcy process. And there are more questions that crop up once the bankruptcy is closed and the discharge is received. One common “post-bankruptcy” question is, “Can I sell my […]

Stopping Wage Garnishment During Bankruptcy

Wage garnishment can cause major financial trouble. For those already considering filing for bankruptcy, it can be a catastrophe. That’s why it’s so important to know your rights regarding wage garnishment, bankruptcy, and stopping wage garnishment during bankruptcy. If you have filed for bankruptcy and your wages are still being garnished, you most likely want […]

Having Your Wages Garnished for a Debt Discharged Through Bankruptcy

The purpose of filing for bankruptcy is to get out from under an impossible amount of debt. In fact, when filing Chapter 7 bankruptcy, a successful ending will find the bankruptcy petitioner holding a discharge of debt that does just that. It discharges all eligible debt associated with the bankruptcy. When a debt is discharged […]