In bankruptcy, a bankruptcy discharge ends a debtor's personal liability on all debts except those otherwise made non-dischargeable. This post contains a list of significant categories of non-dischargeable debt.
No. There is significant variety in the nature of judgments and how they are affected by a bankruptcy case. Notable questions are whether a judgment lien exists against the debtor's property and whether the judgment concerns an underlying not-dischargeable debt.
Student loans receive special treatment, and are generally not discharged (wiped-out) by a bankruptcy case. But student loans are not the only sort of educational debt. In some cases, the debt is an unpaid tuition bill or other charges owed to a school, college, or university.
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