Dischargeability of Criminal Restitution in Bankruptcy


While bankruptcy is a valuable tool for eliminating debt acquired from a variety of sources, the Bankruptcy Code prohibits the discharge of certain debts, including an obligation for restitution entered after a criminal conviction.

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