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Q: I filed for and was granted a chapter 7 discharge. Do I have to pay past due property taxes ? I gave up my property.
Nels Hansen
Nels Hansen answered on Sep 7, 2017

You should contact your bankruptcy attorney or a local bankruptcy attorney with this question as it concerns bankruptcy and local property taxes. Property taxes are usually assessed against the property and the legal owner of the property based on a specific assessment date. In Texas, if your... Read more »

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Q: I am considering filing bankruptcy but have a possible settlement coming in a court case that has been filed in fedl ct

PLZ presume I know I can see an atty, I know applic homestead/wild-card, etc., exemptions, and I know this is an asset...question is specific and answers will help me choose atty. Context: Ch 7, All debt is credit card, unsecured. Settlement/judgment will be more than enuf to pay off creditors.... Read more »

Robert Jason De Groot
Robert Jason De Groot answered on Oct 3, 2015

The very best thing you can do is to have a full discussion with a bankruptcy attorney about this. You will find that the suit you have is an asset of your bankruptcy estate if you file for bankruptcy.

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Q: How do I find out if someone has filed for bankrupty whether personal or business?
Erin Gallivan
Erin Gallivan answered on Jan 21, 2011

Court filings are public documents, go to (or possibly call) the Bankruptcy Court and ask.

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2 Answers | Asked in Bankruptcy for Vermont on
Q: How do I find out if someone has filed for bankrupty whether personal or business?
Erin Gallivan
Erin Gallivan answered on Jan 21, 2011

Court filings are public documents, go to (or possibly call) the Bankruptcy Court and ask.

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