When can you seal your record in Nevada?

When can you seal your record in Nevada? (expungement)

When can you seal your record in Nevada? (expungement) In Nevada, there are a few waiting time periods that must pass before you can file to seal your record. Arrest without a conviction after dismissal or acquittal: no waiting period Misdemeanor: 2 years Gross Misdemeanor: 5 years Misdemeanor DUI: 7 years Misdemeanor Domestic Violence: 7

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Debtor Education

Prior to obtaining a final discharge in a consumer bankruptcy proceeding the debtor must complete an approved instructional course in personal financial management. The instructional course typically takes about 1 1/2 to 2 hours and can be completed over the Internet, in person, or by mail. In a Chapter 7 case, the instructional course must be completed

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State or federal income taxes may be discharged in a bankruptcy proceeding if: 1) the taxes for such tax year are at least 3 years old; 2) a tax return was filed for such tax year at least 2 years prior to the bankruptcy filing date; 3) the tax return was not intentionally false or

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Student Loans

Student loans (also known as “educational loans”) are not discharged in a bankruptcy proceeding unless the bankruptcy judge determines that payment of the debt “will impose an undue hardship on the debtor and the debtors dependents.” 11 U.S.C. Section 523(a)(8). Courts use different tests to evaluate whether a particular borrower has shown an undue hardship.

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Credit Cards

Credit card issuers sometimes challenge the discharge of credit card debt in bankruptcy by filing a complaint objecting to the dischargeability of the debt (also known as an “adversary proceeding”) claiming that the debt was fraudulently incurred and therefore should be excluded from the discharge. Credit card debt may be non-dischargeable in bankruptcy under either

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