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Bankruptcy Q&A - I discovered a debt I forgot to list on my bankruptcy

What happens if I discover a debt I forgot to list on my bankruptcy?

May 1, 2012

You can add that debt to your bankruptcy if there is still time to do so. However, if you forgot to include a debt and your bankruptcy case has been closed, the creditor cannot try to collect the debt from you if none of your other creditors were paid anything from your bankruptcy.

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