There are many FAQS regarding filing bankruptcy in Nevada. A Chapter 7 bankruptcy discharge is a formal liquidation of your unsecured debt. This means you are no longer responsible for the debt. A chapter 7 bankruptcy discharge wipes out most debts. There are certain debts that can not be discharged including: certain tax debt, student loans, back child support, and criminal restitution. There are some exceptions and circumstances where taxes and student loans may be discharged. You will receive your discharge typically within four months of the filing of your bankruptcy petition. It is highly recommended that you keep a copy of your discharge safe in case you need to provide it later down the road.