Consumer Bankruptcy:

The Possibility of Jail

You cannot be sent to jail simply for filing bankruptcy. In fact, you cannot be sent to jail simply for not paying your debts, though your creditors will probably take you to court and sue you for what is owed. The only way you risk imprisonment is failure to pay taxes, child support, alimony, or release fines. Debts incurred by fraud could also land you in prison.

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