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What Is My Bankruptcy Discharge Date?

If you've filed for bankruptcy, you're probably wondering when your discharge date is. Here's what you need to know about your bankruptcy discharge date.

Your bankruptcy discharge date is the date on which your debts are wiped out. This means that you no longer have to pay any of the debts that were discharged in your bankruptcy.

However, there are some debts that can't be discharged in bankruptcy, such as child support or alimony payments, student loans, and taxes. So, even though your other debts will be gone, you'll still have to pay these debts.

Your bankruptcy discharge date is typically about three to six months after you file for bankruptcy. However, it can take longer if there are any issues with your case.

Once your discharge date arrives, make sure to get a copy of your discharge order from the court.

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