What Debts Cannot Be Discharged in Bankruptcy?

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What Debts Cannot Be Discharged in Bankruptcy

What Debts Cannot Be Discharged in Bankruptcy?

Most unsecured debts, such as credit cards, medical debts, repossessions, etc. can be eliminated in a chapter 7 bankruptcy.  However, some debts will survive a chapter 7 bankruptcy.

The following are a few examples:

  • Most Taxes
  • Criminal Fines and Restitution
  • Domestic Support Obligations (Child Support, Alimony, etc.)
  • Student Loans (in most cases)
  • Debt Incurred Through Fraud
  • Damage Caused Under the Influence of Drugs or Alcohol

If your unsure about the nature of your debt, one of our attorneys at Hilltop Law Firm can help you determine whether your debts can be discharged.  Call 602-466-9631 or click https://calendly.com/hilltoplawfirm/initial-consultation-web to schedule your free 30-minute consultation.

 

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