DiTocco Law Group, PLLC

Broward County954-566-9000
Palm Beach County561-487-0200
Miami-Dade County305-444-8660
Indian River County 772-564-1321

Broward County
954-566-9000
Palm Beach County
561-487-0200
Miami-Dade County
305-444-8660
Indian River County
772-564-1321
Your Road To A Better Future

Can You Discharge A Judgment Through Bankruptcy?

If you are in a financial position where you believe filing bankruptcy may be your only way out, our attorneys can help. It is not uncommon for someone to file for bankruptcy due to medical expenses, credit card debt or judgments. If you are in debt due to a lawsuit, bankruptcy may provide the debt relief you need to get back on track financially.

The DiTocco Law Group, PLLC, focuses on helping Florida residents with matters related to debt. During your free initial consultation with one of our attorneys, you can get answers to your questions about bankruptcy. We will educate you about your options so you can make an informed decision about clearing your debt and re-establishing your credit.

Filing Bankruptcy Can Help

In certain instances, it is difficult to clear a civil judgment through bankruptcy. Debts related to child support and fines connected with criminal activity and fraud are not likely to be discharged, though our lawyers can work with you to figure out the best possible results for your case.

Most judgments can be resolved through filing for bankruptcy. Such debts may include lawsuits related to:

  • Unpaid credit card debt
  • Eviction from a rental unit
  • Past-due medical bills
  • Deficiency balance of a repossessed vehicle or foreclosed real estate

Bankruptcy is extremely complex. We will use our experience to help you explore all possible options for resolving your unique financial situation.

Put Our Experience To Work For You

If you live in Fort Lauderdale or the surrounding area, email us or call 954-566-9000 today to begin reclaiming control of your finances.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.