Why is my tax bill not covered in my bankruptcy?
If you have listed Onslow County Tax Collector as a creditor, your Bankruptcy plan will cover the bills prior to your filing date.
If a bill is issued after the filing date it is the responsibility of the taxpayer to do one of the following:
1. pay it
2. contact your attorney to have the post-petition bill included into your plan
3. call our office to check the timing on submitting an amended claim.

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1. Why have you turned my account over for foreclosure?
2. Why do I have to pay attorney fees?
3. Where can I get information regarding Onslow County tax foreclosure properties?
4. I have received a notice of bank attachment. Can I still pay the taxes to avoid having my bank account attached?
5. When the bank processed the bank attachment they deducted more from my account than the amount shown on the notice. What do I need to do?
6. What is a bank attachment and how does it work?
7. Why is my tax bill not covered in my bankruptcy?
8. Can I make payment arrangements if I am in bankruptcy?
9. I am in bankruptcy. Why am I still getting notices?
10. Can my house be foreclosed on for delinquent taxes while I am in bankruptcy?