No. There are certain debts that are not dischargeable in bankruptcy. Child support, most tax debts and student loans are not dischargeable. However, just because a debt is non-dischargeable does not mean that bankruptcy won’t help with those debts. In fact, past due child support, taxes and student loans can often be repaid through a Chapter 13 bankruptcy at a rate that you can afford.
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