What debts can be erased through a Chapter 7 bankruptcy?

Generally, all unsecured, non-priority debts can be erased and eliminated without further payment with a Chapter 7 discharge. Examples of unsecured, non-priority debts include: credit card debt, medical bills, debt after a repossessed car, debt after a foreclosed house, many “signature” loans or lines of credit, among other debts.

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