Are all my debts wiped out in a bankruptcy?

You knew it was too good to be true. There are 19 (nineteen) categories of debts that are not discharged in a Chapter 7 bankruptcy. The ones I run into the most often are federal taxes, debts arising from divorce (such as alimony and child support), student loans and obligations arising from fraud. If you have substantial debt in one of these areas that does not necessarily mean that bankruptcy is useless for you. You need to work with a good bankruptcy attorney to see how filing bankruptcy might help in your situation.

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