What if I forget to list a creditor on my Chapter 13 bankruptcy papers?

Posted On : November 13, 2013   By : RobG

You can file an amendment to your schedules up to a certain time before discharge. If the amendment is timely filed then the omitted creditor is added to the bankruptcy. It is perjury to intentionally omit a creditor. However, if you do not know that a creditor exists and there are no assets for your creditors, the debt will be discharged.

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