What types of debts are not dischargeable under a Chapter 7 bankruptcy?

NJ Bankruptcy Law FAQ

Q) What types of debts are not dischargeable under a Chapter 7 bankruptcy?

A) Some examples of nondischargeable debts include alimony, child support, certain taxes, student loans, debts associated with motor vehicle violations and criminal fines.

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