Do I Need To List All of My Creditors?
If you're considering bankruptcy, you may be wondering if you need to list all of your creditors. The answer is generally yes, but there are a few exceptions.
First, it's important to understand that when you file for bankruptcy, all of your creditors will be notified. This means that even if you don't list a particular creditor, they'll still find out about your bankruptcy and can take appropriate action.
Second, there are some types of debts that can't be discharge in bankruptcy. These include child support payments, alimony, most taxes, and student loans. If you have any of these types of debts, you'll need to list them on your bankruptcy petition even though they can't be discharged.
Finally, there's no point in trying to hide assets or debts from the bankruptcy court.
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