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What Debts are unable to be discharged in Bankruptcy?

In bankruptcy, assets in excess of your allowed personal exemptions, or nonexempt assets such as real estate, automobiles and boats, willbe liquidated by a Chapter 7 Trustee or you will reorganize in a Chapter 13. Certain other debts cannot be discharged in bankruptcy and you will continue to pay them as if you had never filed for bankruptcy, such as back child support, alimony and some tax debts. Student loans will not be discharged unless you can prove them to be a financial burden, but there is a very high standard to meet.