Credit Cards, Loans & Other Unsecured Debts in Bankruptcy

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In bankruptcy, credit card debt, medical debt, personal loans and most other unsecured debts are discharged. If you're filing a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, then these debts are discharged outright. If you're getting into a Chapter 13 repayment plan, these debts are the last on the list to be repaid, and if you're income is insufficient to include them they will be discharged in whole or in part.

Check out the article and questions below to find lots of information on how different unsecured debts are discharged in bankruptcy.