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What are considered priority debts in a bankruptcy filing?

Priority debts are ones a debtor must pay first through the bankruptcy process. The court views these creditors as the most important and treats them …

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What happens when someone dies and there is no beneficiary named?

According to the American Bar Association, 55% of Americans die without any estate planning or named beneficiaries in a will. Some of the deceased never …

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Can filing Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy help me catch up on unpaid child or spousal support? If so, how does this work?

Domestic support obligations like alimony or child support are considered priority debt and are not eligible for discharge or write-off in any bankruptcy chapter. In …

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