What Debts are Not Discharged in Bankruptcy

You can find a list of debts that are not discharged in bankruptcy under the Bankruptcy code 11 U.S.C. § 523.

The list is too lengthy to go into details here.  Here are some examples of nondischargeable debts that are most common:

1.  Recent Taxes

2.  Alimony and Child Support

3.  Student Loans

4.  Debt incurred through Fraud.  Creditor must file a timely opposition to discharge.

5.  Damages caused by Drunk Driving or Driving While Under the Influence

6.  Fines and Restitution

7.  401(k) Loan

For more information about what debts are dischargeable in Chapter 7 or 13 Bankruptcy, call to schedule a consultation with Sacramento Bankruptcy Attorney.