The concept of bankruptcy law is one that dates back thousands of years, with roots in ancient civilizations and religious texts. The biblical origin of bankruptcy law can be traced to the Old Testament, specifically to the laws and practices of ancient Israel.
It’s important to keep in mind that religious leaders are not financial advisors or legal professionals, so they may not be able to offer specific advice related to bankruptcy. If you have questions or concerns about your bankruptcy filing, it’s important to speak with a qualified bankruptcy attorney or financial counselor.
There are a number of kinds of debt that my not go away in a bankruptcy case. So in your case what debt survives bankruptcy? It’s important to speak with an experienced bankruptcy lawyer before you file bankruptcy so you have a better understanding of the outcome of your bankruptcy.
So I have been getting a bunch of calls from my clients lately about bankruptcy and IRS Form 1099 that they received in the mail. This being tax time and all it’s important to know your rights. If you filed bankruptcy last year make sure you tell your tax preparer about it – especially if… Continue reading Bankruptcy and IRS Form 1099