Missouri Bankruptcy Dischargeable Debts

Troubled debtors who need financial relief come to Missouri bankruptcy court to have their debts discharged. A wide variety of debts can be discharged through Missouri bankruptcy, they include:

  • Credit Card Debt
  • Medical Bills
  • Personal Loans
  • Mortgage Payments
  • Car payments
  • And Many More

Missouri Bankruptcy Non-Dischargeable Debts

Occasionally, debtors attempt to file Missouri bankruptcy to escape debts that are, in fact, non-dischargeable. These debts will not be discharged in Missouri bankruptcy court. Before you file for bankruptcy, make sure your debts are dischargeable. Common non-discharging debts include:

  • Child Support and Alimony
  • Recent Taxes
  • Criminal Fines such as DUI, fraud, or malicious injury

Student loans are also non-discharging except in very rare cases.

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