These are the types of debts that are discharged in a chapter 13 bankruptcy that are NOT dischargeable in a chapter 7 bankruptcy:
1. Debts that weren’t or couldn’t be discharged in a previous case.
2. Court Fees
3. Home Owners Association dues post-filing
4. Debts for loans from a retirement plan
5. Debts incurred to pay a non-dischargeable tax debt
6. Marital Debt that is the result of a divorce decree or settlement agreement