There are a number of websites that cover chapter 13 bankruptcy laws. Some websites that you may want to visit include the US Courts, Total Bankruptcy and the court website of your state.
Alimony and child support is considered to be non-dischargeable.
The US Courts is the best place to source information regarding chapter 11 bankruptcy filing. Here you will find valuable information including how the chapter 11 bankruptcy works. Other sites that provide information include; Investopedia and Wikipedia.
I believe you pretty much have to.
i receive a judgment for ganishment but i have other bills which i qualify for chapter 7 does it get dismissed if i include it in the bankrutpcy
If you have forgotten to include a debt in your bankruptcy, you can amend your petition to include the debt in your bankruptcy. In case of a chapter 13 filing, you must amend your payment plan to include the forgotten debt. In some cases you may not have to file an amended petition in a Chapter 7 case especially if there are no assets for distribution. The court will allow you to write off the forgotten debt but you must provide proof of your bankruptcy filing to the creditor otherwise they will not be aware of your filing and will continue with the collection activity. If the debt was incurred after the filing but before discharge, you may have to file a new petition including the debt after requesting the court to dismiss your existing petition. For an official opinion, it is advised you seek legal counsel.
Chapter 7. The credit cards would be unsecured debts.