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Bankruptcy : Some Divorce Debts Can Be Written Off

By |2014-12-24T01:31:46-08:00October 31st, 2012|Adam Weiner Bankruptcy Lawyer|

Some Divorce Debts CAN Be Written Off in Bankruptcy Adam M. Weiner Bankruptcy Layer, Attorney, DivorceYou may have heard that in bankruptcy you can never discharge financial obligations to your ex-spouse that were created through your divorce. This misconception is understandable because it’s true much of the time. You can’t discharge virtually any kind of obligation owed to your ex-spouse under Chapter 7. You cannot discharge child and spousal support with ANY kind of bankruptcy. As stated above, only NON-SUPPORT obligations can be discharged, and only under Chapter 13.

Oregon Employers Can’t Use Your Credit Report

By |2020-12-14T00:08:31-08:00October 31st, 2012|Adam Weiner Bankruptcy Attorney Portland, Adam Weiner Bankruptcy Lawyer, Credit Report|

Oregon Employers Can't Use Your Credit Report Anymore When Deciding Whether to Hire You Adam M. Weiner Bankruptcy Layer, Attorney, Credit ReportOn July 1, 2010, Oregon's Job Applicant Fairness Act went into effect making it unlawful for most employers to require a job applicant to provide a credit report when applying for a job. There are some exceptions to this law, which include job applicants for bank jobs, police, security, and/or if credit information "is substantially job related." Nonetheless, this is a powerful law that not many other states have.

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