Dischargeable debt is debt that is forgiven in Chapter 7 bankruptcy. Not all debt is dischargeable through Chapter 7—student loans and tax debt usually aren’t, for example—but consumer, medical, and other kinds of debt are. Included in Chapter 7 dischargeable debt are credit cards, medical bills, lawsuits and judgments, car accident debts, lease and contract obligations, and personal loans. Find out more about dischargeable debt in this section.