Edward Kelly here answering your bankruptcy questions. We’re in the series on Special Debts. These are debts as opposed to your typical unsecured, personal loans, payday loans, credit cards, medical bills, you know, your basic unsecured debt that’s generally discharged in full in a 7 and according to what you can pay. The 13, these are debts that are treated differently.
We’ve talked about student loans and taxes, and I realized that I left one out. It’s another easy one, but I’ll just knock it out: child support. As you can imagine, and rightfully so, not dischargeable under any circumstances.