ONLY $675 ATTORNEY FEES FOR A ST LOUIS CHAPTER 7
There are some debts that are described as “non-dischargeable”. Delinquent child support is example of a non-dischargeable debt. In other words, a St Louis bankruptcy will not get rid of the amounts you owe towards back child support. Other examples of non-dischargeable debts would be most tax debts (although there is a loop hole in that rule that can be taken advantage of, assuming you qualify) and student loans (however, there is a possibility of getting student loans knocked out in certain circumstances).
However, there is a chance to file a St Louis Chapter 13. This type of bankruptcy is described as a repayment plan over the course of three (3) to five (5) years, during which certain debts are paid back (such as back child support).