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On My Bankruptcy Forms, Should I List Debts That Appear on My Credit Report but I Don't Owe?


On My Bankruptcy Forms, Should I List Debts That Appear on My Credit Report but I Don't Owe?


It is not uncommon for debts to appear on your credit report that you don't actually owe. This can happen for a variety of reasons, including errors by the credit reporting agency or the lender, or because you are a victim of identity theft.


If you are considering bankruptcy, you may be wondering if you should list these debts on your bankruptcy forms. The answer depends on the type of debt and the specifics of your situation.


If the debt is truly yours and you can't afford to pay it, then you will want to include it in your bankruptcy filing. This will help ensure that the debt is discharged and you won't be responsible for paying it back.



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