In bankruptcy, certain debts are discharged, which means that the petitioner is no longer legally required to pay them. Other debts are not discharged and the petitioner remains legally responsible for paying them.
The types of debts that are commonly discharged in bankruptcy include:
However, some types of debts are generally not dischargeable in bankruptcy, including:
It’s important to note that the rules regarding discharge of debts in bankruptcy can vary depending on the specific circumstances and the type of bankruptcy being filed. It’s always a good idea to consult with a bankruptcy attorney to determine which debts may be discharged in your case.