After your bankruptcy discharge, you will no longer be legally responsible for most of your debts. However, you should be aware that some debts, such as child support or alimony payments, student loans, and certain taxes, cannot be discharged in bankruptcy. You will still be required to pay these obligations.
Your bankruptcy discharge is also a powerful tool to help rebuild your credit. After your discharge, you can begin the process of reestablishing your creditworthiness by obtaining new lines of credit and making all of your payments on time. While it may take some time, it is possible to obtain very good credit after a bankruptcy discharge.