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Which debts are non-dischargeable through Chapter 7 bankruptcy?

Aside from a few exceptions that are very rarely granted, the following debts must still be paid after declaring Chapter 7 bankruptcy: unpaid taxes, outstanding spousal or child support, any and all student loans, and debts owed to tax-advantaged retirement plans. While many debts may be discharged through Chapter 7 bankruptcy, debtors will always be obligated to pay these non-dischargeable debts. As such, if your debts are primarily non-dischargeable ones, Chapter 7 bankruptcy may not be the best option for you. To find the best financial plan for your situation, contact an experienced bankruptcy attorney.

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