Most debts are dischargeable in bankruptcy. However, there are a few debts that are not:
1. Debts arising from fraudulent conduct 2. Government-backed student loans (unless severe hardship can be shown)
3. Debts stemming from death or personal injuries related to your operation of a motor vehicle while intoxicated 4. Certain taxes and fines 5. Some debts not listed on your bankruptcy 6. Domestic support obligations (alimony, child support, etc.)
7. Debts arising from willful and malicious injury by the debtor to another person or property.
To see if your debts qualify for discharge, contact a Jacksonville Bankruptcy Attorney today to schedule a free consultation.