The bankruptcy trustee pays priority debts in complete before having to pay nonpriority debts.
Whenever you fill in your bankruptcy documents, you’ll list your financial situation based on kind. You’ll start with splitting the money you owe into two categories: guaranteed debts guaranteed in full by collateral and unsecured financial obligation. Bankruptcy legislation further divides unsecured debt into two extra groups: priority debts which are eligible to be paid first, and nonpriority debts.
In this specific article, you’ll learn the differences between concern and debts that are nonpriority and just why it matters in Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy.