By Jeff Field | Published August 30, 2022 | Posted in Bankruptcy | Tagged Tags: adversary proceeding, BAPCA, credit card companies, debt discharge | Leave a comment
Credit card debt is one of the financial issues that can push a borrower into filing for bankruptcy. However, federal law allows a creditor to challenge discharge of a particular debt by claiming it was obtained by “false pretenses, false representation, or actual fraud.” Credit card companies have two primary strategies for raising such challenges. Read MoreRead More
The purpose of bankruptcy is to give financially overwhelmed individuals a fresh start and the chance to repair their credit. Many types of consumer debts can be discharged (canceled) in bankruptcy, including personal loans, medical bills, past due utility charges and, quite commonly, credit card accounts. In fact, much of the debt in Chapter 7 Read MoreRead More
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