December 9, 2019

When are Credit Card Debts at Risk for a Bankruptcy Challenge

Nine times out of ten, when I meet with a potential bankruptcy client, that individual will have credit card debts.  In some cases, credit card debt can be startlingly large – I have seen many cases that include over $100,000 of credit card debt.

As you may suspect, the bankruptcy law provides that credit card lenders can challenge your discharge in certain circumstances.   You cannot, for example, go to an electronics superstore, buy a flat panel television and a $10,000 stereo system using your credit card, then file a bankruptcy the next week to wipe out the debt.

The Bankruptcy Code speaks to two situations in which credit card debt to a specific credit card lender can be declared non-dischargeable: [Read more…]

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