Non-Dischargeable Debt in Bankruptcy

Non-Dischargeable Debt in Bankruptcy

Bankruptcy will not get rid of all types of debt.  These debts are referred to as non-dischargeable debts because you will continue to owe them after your bankruptcy case is over.

Some debts that will survive the bankruptcy include:

  • Most taxes
  • Most student loans
  • Child support and alimony
  • Debts arising from fraud or shortly before you file bankruptcy

This is not a complete list. We will help identify which debts may be forgiven, and those that will remain, based on your personal case.

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