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Debts like student loans, taxes, money borrowed on a credit card to pay those taxes, child support and alimony are non-dischargeable and not covered under bankruptcy.
If the court finds that you failed to account for property or concealed assets to cheat creditors, these debts might not be dischargeable because of fraud. Criminal fines and debts that exceed the number of payments outlined in the Chapter 13 plan are also non-dischargeable debts.
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