IRS, student loan, and creditor garnishment

I am being garnished by the IRS, Student Loan , or another type creditor. Can I discharge this debt. All debts maybe dischargeable in Chapter 13 or Chapter 7 bankruptcy. They both also stop garnishments from payroll or other accounts. they also help stop collections efforts that may affect security clearances for military and government contractors. As a rule student loans must be repaid with some exceptions. Income tax debts may be discharged provided the individual filed his tax forms as required by law in the year required. As the tax debt ages it may be treated as unsecured and discharged. State income tax debts are often non dischargeable. It is important that tax debts be included in any bankruptcy filing so the debtor understands their treatment. Child support and alimony are not dischargeable but may be repaid if past due through a chapter 13 plan.