Are Taxes Owed To The IRS Dischargeable In Bankruptcy? A debtor can file bankruptcy and have taxes owed to the IRS discharged. However, the laws on discharging taxes through bankruptcy specify that you must file Chapter 7 bankruptcy, not Chapter 13, in order for the tax debt to qualify for a discharge. The law also…

Every state requires motorists to have insurance. The type of policy and amount required may vary, but some type of insurance is mandatory. In some states, driving without insurance is a criminal offense. Despite these laws, whether or not a driver has car insurance has no bearing whatsoever on who is at fault for an…

Yes, a minor can be granted emancipation status by a court, and in some cases use that status to qualify for financial aid. However, that’s a very basic answer, and the reality is a bit more complicated. For one thing, the court usually defines a minor as someone under the age of eighteen (21 in…

That is an interesting question. While a person can receive money if he or she is disabled and not able to work, the technical answer to the question is both “yes and no.” The reason for this is that the Social Security Administration actually has two different benefit programs for disabled individuals and each program…

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