What debts are nondischargable in bankruptcy?

Bankruptcy will not discharge child support or alimony, court fines, or recent taxes. Other nondischargable debts include intentional injury, injury caused while driving drunk or debts involving theft, fraud, or embezzlement. Student loans are nondischargable except in very narrow circumstances. Some debts (such as orders to pay money in domestic cases other than for support) are nondischargable in Chapter 7 but can be discharged in Chapter 13.