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How to Get Rid of Payday Loans, Medical Bills, Bank Rent & Old Utility Bills

Medical bills

If you can’t pay medical bills or are wondering how to file medical bankruptcy, it is important to note that all medical bills of any nature can be discharged in a Chapter 7 bankruptcy in Iowa. A spouse can be held liable in Iowa for the medical bills of the other spouse so if medical bill debt is your problem, it is usually advisable that both spouses file a joint bankruptcy.

Payday loans, back rent and old utility bills

Payday type loans are dischargeable in a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, making it a good option for individuals wondering how to get rid of payday loans. Also, a Chapter 7 bankruptcy filing can discharge a number of old debts or obligations including rent related debt, old utility bills, personal loans from friends or family members, bank overdraft accounts and some government overpayments like unemployment.

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