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Other Debts That May Not Be Discharged in Bankruptcy

| Aug 24, 2010 | Bankruptcy Means Test, Chapter 13 Bankruptcy, Chapter 7, Life After Bankruptcy |

This is a continuation from the Blog posting on 8/23/10

*Willful evasion of tax or fraudulent tax return

*Debts incurred by fraud or lying with the intent to deceive

*Secured debts where client wishes to retain the collateral, such as vehicles, home etc.

*Tax or judgment claims secured by lien on property owned by debtor.

*Unlisted debts. Debts not included on the bankruptcy schedules.

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