When you file a successful bankruptcy case, the majority of your debts are discharged or eliminated. However, it is important for debtors to understand that certain debts are exempt from discharge under the law. In other words, you remain liable to pay these debts when your bankruptcy case is over. Examples of non-dischargeable debts include:
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