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If I Have a Debt That's Not Dischargeable, Should I Still List It?

Having debt that isn’t dischargeable in a bankruptcy can be daunting. While it may seem easier to not list the debt, financial experts suggest taking the opposite route and listing it anyway.  If I have a debt that's not dischargeable, should I still list it? Absolutely! Here are some of the main reasons why:

First and foremost, listing non-dischargeable debts ensures they’ll get paid off. By filing for bankruptcy, creditors will no longer be able to contact you or take legal action against you. Additionally, if you list your non-dischargeable debt on your petition, the court will review it during your hearing and determine how much of it must be repaid over time as part of your repayment plan. This can help relieve some of the burden associated with paying off those debts in full.

The Law Offices of Omar Zambrano has helped thousands of the people and businesses in the past to get out of debt and start over.

Our goal is to help you find a fresh start FAST!

Schedule your free consultation today! By Calling 626-338-5505 or visiting us at 12738 Ramona Blvd Baldwin Park CA 91706


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