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Objection to Discharge

If a debtor files for bankruptcy, their creditors may file an objection to discharge. This is done if the creditor believes that the debtor should not be discharged of their debt. There are several grounds on which a creditor can object to discharge, including:

1. The debtor has not completed their required bankruptcy counseling.

2. The debtor has concealed assets or lied about their debts.

3. The debtor has transferred property in an attempt to keep it from creditors.

4. The debtor has used bankruptcy to try and discharge debts that are not eligible for discharge.

5. The debtor has committed fraud or perjury during their bankruptcy case.

If a creditor objects to the discharge of a debtor, the court will hold a hearing to determine whether or not the objection is valid.

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