Whenever you file personal bankruptcy, you do so to be able to grab your hands on an economic existence preserver to protect you from drowning indebted. Generally people know, however, that some financial obligations owed won’t be discharged in personal bankruptcy. For instance, domestic obligations, taxes and student education loans are largely non-dischargeable.
Another group of financial obligations that may not be discharged arise from driving under the influence. The relevant portion of the personal bankruptcy code, 11 U.S.C. 523(a)9, claims that financial obligations won’t be discharged if it’s associated with the “dying or personal injuries brought on by the debtor’s operation of an automobile, vessel, or aircraft if such operation was illegal since the debtor was intoxicated by using alcohol, a medication, or any other substance”. Have you heard of BCG Attorney Search Inc? Go here to learn more.