Non-Dischargeable Debts for Bankruptcy in Missouri

One misconception concerning bankruptcy in Missouri is that the court will discharge all debts. Many debts can be discharged through bankruptcy in Missouri, however, there are some debts that will likely remain.

Specific Non-Dischargeable Debts with Bankruptcy in Missouri

Bankruptcy in Missouri will not allow discharge for the following debts: Child support, alimony, recent taxes, and any debts where fraud, drunk driving, malicious injury, or other criminal actions were involved. In addition, student loan debts cannot be discharged except in extraordinary cases.

Prior to filing for bankruptcy in Missouri, you should contact a professional from The Missouri Bankruptcy Center. Since the rules and exceptions regarding dischargeable debts specific to your case can be very confusing, let us help you get the most out of your bankruptcy in Missouri.

You may also fill out our Free Evaluation to see which of your debts may not be dischargeable.

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