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What Happens If I Hear From A Creditor That I Forgot To Include In The Bankruptcy

What happens if I hear from a creditor that I forgot to include after I am discharged from bankruptcy?

In most cases, the Trustee will send notice to the creditor and it should be cleared. This is true as long as the debt was incurred before you filed your bankruptcy and it is a provable debt.

 

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 Hear from a creditor that I forgot to include after I am discharged from bankruptcy?


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