A discharge in United States bankruptcy law, when referring to a debtor's
discharge, is a statutory injunction against the commencement or continuation of
What is a discharge in bankruptcy? A bankruptcy discharge releases the debtor
from personal liability for certain specified types of debts. In other words, the ...
The goal of a bankruptcy proceeding is to obtain a discharge of debts. When a
debt is discharged, it is no longer enforceable against the debtor personally.
Your bankruptcy case ends when the court closes it, not when you get a
For most people, the goal of bankruptcy is to wipe out debts. This is called the
bankruptcy discharge. Not all debts are discharged, however. Before you file for ...
For most people, the main goal of filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy is to discharge (
wipe out) their debts. Although some debts are "nondischargeable," most ...
If you file for bankruptcy under Chapter 7, you should be aware that not all debts
are eliminated (or discharged) once the bankruptcy process is complete.
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Mar 21, 2016 ... You have received your bankruptcy discharge at the end of your Chapter 7 or
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Discharge in the bankruptcy sense refers to clearing the debtor's slate of all, or
most, past debts. Let our Columbus firm help you discharge debt.