I have always known that a bankruptcy is there to be more of a powerful tool for a debtor than be something that is harmful. A number of people tend to use a bankruptcy as a way to get back on their feet, including a lot of the major players in the financial world. However, what kinds of debt will a bankruptcy be able to eliminate? What do I do if I am unable to get some of the marks off of my credit after the bankruptcy is fully discharged?
I know one person who went through the process and then found out that they had to still fight with one of their creditors to try to get the stuff taken off of their credit report.
When it comes to court fines, can you include things like that? Will a bankruptcy be able to clear things like this? I understand that you can get rid of credit card debt, but I know that other people have issues when trying to eliminate tax debts and other secured debts. I have heard that fines are usually not going to be dischargeable, but the information that I have been seeing online shows me some contradictory results.