What Happens to My Tax-Return if I File Bankruptcy?

It’s that time of the year again, and one of the most often overlooked aspects of a prospective bankruptcy filer’s financial picture is the tax return that is expected but not yet received. It is a common misperception that, when you file for bankruptcy, the bankruptcy trustee and court are concerned only the past and the present state of your financial affairs. In fact, in many ways, they are just as concerned with future alterations to your finances.

To read more, read our full blog on the topic of tax refunds and bankruptcy in Michigan here on the new Michigan Bankruptcy Blog of The Hilla Law Firm, PLLC.

If you are a southeast Michigan resident and are considering filing for bankruptcy, please contact us at (866) 674-2317 or john@hillalaw.com to schedule a free, initial consultation.

One response to “What Happens to My Tax-Return if I File Bankruptcy?

  1. It appears that the tax rebate will be payable to any taxpayer

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