Many people file for bankruptcy due to credit card debts. While there are some exceptions (such as fraud), most credit card debts can be discharged in your Chapter 7 bankruptcy. When you file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, most of your credit card debts are viewed as a non-priority unsecured debts. As such, these credit card debts will most likely be discharged in your bankruptcy. However, if you engaged in any type of fraudulent activity prior to filing bankruptcy, your credit card company can object in your bankruptcy by petitioning the court to disapprove your discharge. This is why it is very important to contact an experienced attorney at the Girgis Law Firm to discuss any potential issues and the likelihood of successfully eliminating your debts in a Chapter 7 bankruptcy. If you would like to know your options and know whether or not you qualify for a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, contact Attorney Anthony Girgis at the Girgis Law Firm for a free consultation. Girgis Law Firm is located at 16055 Ventura Blvd., Suite 1212, Encino, CA 91436.