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If your chapter 7 will only be filed on your non consumer debts, but you are a personal guarantor to these debts, you should list the attorney fees as a priority debt, however the bankruptcy court
in most cases will not allow you to discharge them, as they are Court ordered and considered exempt. Priority claims
in bankruptcy are as follows:
The order of payment, as set out in § 507, is as follows:
Claims for debts to spouse or children for court ordered support
Administrative expenses of the bankruptcy
Unsecured, post petition claims in an involuntary
Wage claims of employees and independent salespersons up to $10,000 per claim
Contributions to employee benefit plans up to $10,000 per employee
Claims of farmers and fishermen against debtors operating storage or processing facilities.
Layaway claims of individuals who didn't get the item they made the deposit on
Recent income, sales, employment or gross receipts taxes