Debts that cannot be discharged in a Chapter 7 bankruptcy case include:
-Child support and alimony
-Student loans (with some rare exceptions)
-Debts for personal injury case caused by debtor operating a vehicle while under the influence of any substance
-Debts to government agencies for penalties and fines
-Debts that you did not list in your bankruptcy filing
If you have questions about which types of debt are dischargeable in a Chapter 7 bankruptcy case, contact Adrian Consumer Law. Many unsecured debts such as medical bills and credit card charges can be discharged. Let’s embark on a new financial start.