We Are Open!

Miller & Miller Law is keeping our clients and staff safe from COVID-19.

We are open for free phone and video consults during these difficult times.

Our 3 Step Process

Step 1:

Get Out Of Debt

Step 2:

Clean Up Your Credit

Step 3:

Build Your Score

Step 1:
Get Out Of Debt

Step 2:
Clean Up Your Credit
Step 3:
Build Your Score

Home » Bankruptcy Means Test » Debts That Might Not Be Discharged In Bankruptcy

Debts That Might Not Be Discharged In Bankruptcy

| Aug 23, 2010 | Bankruptcy Means Test, Chapter 13, Chapter 7, Life After Bankruptcy

*Criminal fines or restitution or drunk driving injury claims

*Guaranteed Educational Loans

*Fine or penalty owed to governmental unit

*Damages arising from willful injury to person or property

*Spousal or child support, or ex-spouse attorney fees for obtaining support

*Income taxes less than three years old

*Income taxes over three years and tax return not filed more than two years ago

*Income taxes not assessed at least 240 days

*Payroll taxes and sales taxes

Archives

Watch Attorney James Miller on the Morning Blend as he discusses his new book, The Secrets About Bankruptcy They Don't Want You To Know.

Click here to order your free copy today!
-Or-
Click here to schedule an appointment at any of our convenient locations.

Morning Blend will re-run on Labor Day.

FindLaw Network