What types of debt are not dischargeable?


What types of debt are not dischargeable?

-Taxes and tax liens -Student loans -Alimony and child support (domestic support obligations) -Debts obtained through fraud, false pretenses or false representation -Debts you failed to schedule in time to allow creditors to file proofs of claim (unscheduled debts) -Debts for fraud while you were acting in a fiduciary capacity, or for embezzlement or larceny -Debts for willful and malicious injury -Debts for fines or penalties to governmental units -Debts for judgments in wrongful death or personal injury lawsuits resulting from motor vehicle, vessel or aircraft accidents while you were intoxicated -Condominium or cooperative association fees or assessments

Chaper 13: -Child support and alimony (domestic support obligations) -Student loans -Fines and restitution -Certain taxes, such as withholding taxes if you had employees, or taxes connected to fraudulent tax returns or tax evasion -Debts incurred through fraud -Debts for fraud while you were acting in a fiduciary capacity, or for embezzlement or larceny -Debts for willful and malicious injury -Judgments in wrongful death or personal injury cases arising from your intoxication -Unscheduled debts -Debts incurred after filing your case, which weren’t included in your Chapter 13 plan -Debts that are nondischargeable under other laws, for example amounts owed for certain health education programs -Interest owed on nondischargeable debts

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