Legal Question in Credit and Debt Law in Maryland

bail bond debt

i signed for a bail bond a year ago, and have recently filed bankruptcy,i believe there is a court summons in the future for myself and the person i bailed out. does the bankruptcy absolve the debt completely or is the person that was bailed out still liable for the debt? what should be expected when court comes?

Asked on 11/21/08, 10:25 pm

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Daniel Press Chung & Press, P.C.
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Re: bail bond debt

Bankruptcy should discharge the bail bond debt, but if you posted collateral that is still subject to the debt/bond. It is possible that the bond could be rescinded as a result of your bankruptcy, and the defendant would remain liable in any event. Ask your bankruptcy lawyer for details.

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