Not every debt can be discharged in bankruptcy. While bankruptcy will clear away debts like credit cards, medical bills, personal loans, evictions, judgments, unpaid bills, repossessions, and more, there are several types of debt that will remain despite a bankruptcy filing. Child support, alimony, student loans, and some taxes are just a few examples of debts that will not be discharged in either type of consumer bankruptcy. Secured debts, or debts with an asset as collateral, also won’t be discharged in bankruptcy if you keep the asset. You must remain current on all of these payments after your bankruptcy has been discharged to help improve your post-bankruptcy credit score.