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Bankruptcy law provides for the development of a plan that allows a debtor, who is unable to pay his creditors, to resolve his debts through the division of his assets among his creditors... More »

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(To learn which debts cannot be discharged in Chapter 7 bankruptcy, see What Bankruptcy Can and Cannot Do). While credit card debt is one of the most ...

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Student loans can be discharged in bankruptcy only if you can show that repaying the loan would cause you "undue hardship," a very tough standard to meet.

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The court may deny a Chapter 7 discharge if you fail to follow bankruptcy's procedures and court rules. If that is the case, the court may deny your Chapter 7  ...

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Unless there is litigation involving objections to the discharge, the debtor will usually automatically receive a discharge. The Federal Rules of Bankruptcy ...

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Nondischargeable Debts: Debts You Can't Discharge in Bankruptcy. By Cara O' Neill, Attorney. Learn about the debts that don't go away when you file for ...

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Whether you file for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, many types of debt will be discharged (wiped out) at the end of your case. This isn't true of all debts, ...

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Certain types of debts will be discharged—that is, you will no longer be responsible for repaying them—when you receive your Chapter 7 bankruptcy discharge.

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If you file for bankruptcy under Chapter 7, you should be aware that not all debts are eliminated (or "discharged") once the bankruptcy process is complete.

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Instead, this article is a basic overview of section 523 and the major proposed changes regarding debts that may not be discharged in a bankruptcy. (For a ...