There are some debts and obligations that will not be discharged
in a Chapter 7 bankruptcy.
These debts include:
Federal, State, and local taxes that became due in the last 3 years;
Court ordered fines and restitution;
Any debt for death or personal injury cases caused while driving while intoxicated;
Debts based on fraud, theft, or dishonesty;
Debt you incurred to pay off non-dischargeable debt;
Spousal and Child Support along with other divorce related debts;
Divorce and property settlements are not dischargeable unless the other party agrees
to the discharge;
Debts which were not listed in your bankruptcy petition; and
Any debts incurred after you filed for bankruptcy.
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