If you're saddled with credit card debt, you already know how overwhelming it can feel – the stress of worrying about payments, late fees, interest rates and where the money will come from can damage your quality of life.
Luckily, if you're beginning to feel that your credit card debt is out of control, you may be able to find relief by filing for personal bankruptcy.
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There are two common types of personal bankruptcy protection, and both can provide relief from serious credit card debt. Here's a look at how each type works.
Most personal bankruptcy cases (either Chapter 7 or Chapter 13) allow successful filers to eliminate some or all of their credit card debt and get a fresh financial start on life. But there are some types of credit card debt that the bankruptcy court cannot discharge. These include: