If you are thinking about filing for bankruptcy, you may be concerned about discrimination after you file. Many people worry that they won’t get hired for a job, or they may get fired from their current one if they file. You may also be concerned that your driver’s license or government-issued ID may be revoked, or you may not be able to get a student loan.
The good news is, bankruptcy law protects you from discrimination in these cases. Here’s what you need to know about discrimination and bankruptcy.
Can I Be Fired or Not Hired Because I Filed for Bankruptcy?
According to the bankruptcy code, your employer may not discriminate against you for filing for bankruptcy. That means you cannot be fired just because you filed. In fact, your employer cannot fire