Can you file bankruptcy if you are not a homeowner?

Question Details: I am 24 and have little to no knowledge of bankruptcy. My husband and I are in over our heads in debt. We are constantly hounded by debt collectors for medical bills, student loans and personal loans to name a few. We however do not own a home, so we are not homeowners. Currently, we are unable to satisfy all of our debts to the people we owe. Are we still eligible to file bankruptcy or what other options do we have?

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