Do I have to list all of my creditors?
Yes. When filing bankruptcy, you are required by law to list all of your creditors. In fact, you sign your schedules and statements under a penalty of perjury that they are complete and accurate. However, after listing all of your creditors, your bankruptcy may propose that certain creditors are treated differently than others. For example, you might propose to continue to pay a mortgage directly to the creditor while other creditors might be paid through the bankruptcy plan or may be discharged completely.
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