You should list all your debts when you file bankruptcy, but what if one was sold to a collection agency without you knowing about it? Our blog post two weeks ago was about needing to list all your debts in a bankruptcy case in order to write them off. This is part of a series of blog posts about … Read More
You should list all your debts when you file bankruptcy. But a debt may also get discharged if the creditor timely learns about your case. Last week’s blog post was about the importance of listing all debts in a bankruptcy case to write them off. Debts “neither listed nor scheduled” in the bankruptcy documents are not discharged (legally written … Read More
You must list all your debts when you file bankruptcy. So don’t skip any on purpose. Plus debts not listed you could still owe afterwards. Supposed to List All Creditors You can’t pick and choose which debts to include in your bankruptcy case. The U.S. Bankruptcy Code says that the first duty of a bankruptcy debtor is to provide … Read More
If one of your creditors is not included in your “schedules” you risk continuing to owe that debt after your bankruptcy is finished.
The federal court itself says it is “extremely difficult” to go through a Chapter 7 case successfully without an attorney.