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Can I be fired for a bankruptcy?

Posted by Thomas Denny | Jul 01, 2014 | 0 Comments

The law strictly prohibits an employer from terminating you or denying you employment for filing bankruptcy or for not having paid a debt that is dischargeable in bankruptcy.

Furthermore, you cannot, solely because of bankruptcy or insolvency, be denied a federal student loan, a drivers license, or a professional license.

For further information regarding bankruptcy discrimination and your rights under the law contact Buffalo bankruptcy attorney Thomas Denny at (716) 800-1234.

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