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Bankrupting on Attorney fees

1 Answers. Asked on Jun 28th, 2017 on Bankruptcy - California
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Am I able to bankrupt on court sanctioned/awarded attorney fees? also other attorney fees that I have accrued?
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Answered on Jun 28th, 2017 at 4:59 PM

That depends on the facts and circumstances underlying the award, but usually will be considered dischargeable, except in a divorce scenario.  

Your attorney's fees should be dischargeable.

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