28th Sep 2014

Foley Bankruptcy AttorneyYes, you must list all of your debts in your bankruptcy, even debts that are non-dischargeable, secured, or that you wish to pay off in full.

You can voluntarily pay a creditor after you receive a discharge, without becoming legally liable to continue paying. Thus listing a creditor does not prevent you from paying creditors you wish to pay after bankruptcy.

Omitting a debt constitutes perjury which could result in your discharge being denied.

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