Debt Discharge

Debt Discharge Debt discharge in bankruptcy is legal process to eliminate debt.  You receive a discharge if you complete your bankruptcy case successfully.  The final paperwork from the Sacramento Bankruptcy Court, or wherever someone files, is an order.  It is a … Continue reading

Discharge Student Loan?

Can you discharge student loan debt?  Maybe. Ordinarily student loans cannot be discharged through bankruptcy.  Meaning that student loan debt cannot be eliminated through a bankruptcy filing and discharge.  Other types of debt can be discharged, or eliminated, in bankruptcy.  But … Continue reading

Dischargeable Debt

Dischargeable debt.  What does that mean?  Debt needs no definition.  But dischargeable does.  Dischargeable debt is debt that can be discharged by law.  This means that the debt is eliminated.  Normally this is done though the filing of bankruptcy.  And … Continue reading

Medical Bill Relief

Medical bill relief is a much needed commodity for many American consumers.  This is especially so for surprise medical bills, as this Fortune Magazine article reports.  The reason medical bills can cause such financial chaos is simple.  Medical bill are expensive.  Really … Continue reading

Bankruptcy Discharge

Bankruptcy discharge is the legal term applied to debt elimination through bankruptcy.  Filing for bankruptcy and completion of a bankruptcy case allows filers to receive a discharge.  The discharge is an order issued by the bankruptcy court eliminating debt.  Here … Continue reading

Debt Elimination Through Bankruptcy

Why file for bankruptcy?  Debt elimination though bankruptcy is the purpose for filing bankruptcy.  It is also the basis of the bankruptcy discharge.  A bankruptcy discharge is a court order canceling, or eliminating your debts.  It’s that simple.  The order … Continue reading

Health Insurance Holes

Medical care continues to be one of consumers’ biggest costs.  Understandably, then, medical insurance is vital.  Health insurance holes, though, can leave some exposed.  Health insurance may not cover some costs or other procedures.  It may cover more but come … Continue reading

Student Loan Bankruptcy

You can have student loans, and you can file bankruptcy.  But getting rid of a student loan though bankruptcy is a tough trick.  Not that you can’t do it.  But eliminating student loans in a bankruptcy is hard.  Perhaps I … Continue reading

Medical Bills and Bankruptcy

Medical bills are the prime factor for filing bankruptcy in the United States.  According to the Huffington Post, as well as numerous other sources, it is the main reason. Medical bills prompt bankruptcy filings for a variety of reasons, not the … Continue reading

Sacramento Bankruptcy: Medical Care & Prescription Costs

Sacramento Bankruptcy: Medical Care & Prescription Costs Medical care and prescription costs are some of the most common expenses facing consumers considering bankruptcy in today’s economy.  Costs for medical care and prescriptions are outpacing incomes, particularly fixed incomes.  The retired … Continue reading

Sacramento Bankruptcy: 2016 resolution to eliminate debt

If your new year’s resolution for 2016 is to eliminate your debt, bankruptcy may be the answer.  Credit card debt, lines of credit, medical bills, car repossessions, mortgages and income taxes are all forms of debt that can be eliminated through … Continue reading