What debts are discharged in bankruptcy?

Examples of dischargeable debts in bankruptcy,  whether you file for Chapter 13 Bankruptcy or Chapter 7 Bankruptcy,  are credit cards, medical bills, unsecured personal loans, and deficiency from car repossession or foreclosure.

Examples of non dischargeable debts are child support, alimony, recent taxes, debts incurred through fraud, fines, restitution, personal injury or property damages from DUI or driving under the influence,  student loans (where there is no undue hardship), and intentional torts.

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