Priority debts are unsecured debts that are entitled to be paid ahead of other unsecured debts that are not entitled to priority status. Priority refers to the order in which these unsecured claims are to be paid. Priority debts are often non-dischargeable. Examples are domestic support obligations such as child support and debts owed to governmental units, such as taxes.

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