WHAT TYPES OF DEBT GENERALLY CANNOT BE DISCHARGED DURING BANKRUPTCY?
Debts that generally cannot be discharged during bankruptcy are referred to as “non-dischargeable debt,” and include:
- Student Loans
- Child Support
- Support Debt to the government
- Debt for crimes committed
- Court Fines
- Damages to personal injury or wrongful death victims
- Parking tickets or tollway fines
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