Forgetting To List A Creditor In Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

Check out this video to learn about forgetting to list a creditor in Chapter 7 bankruptcy in South Jersey. Then call Andrew Carroll for a free case review.

Question:

What happens if I’ve forgotten a creditor when filing a chapter 7 bankruptcy?

Answer:

Forgetting to List a Creditor in Chapter 7 Bankruptcy The other day we got a phone call in our office from a client here in South Jersey who is filing for Chapter 7. She was quite nervous because she realized that she forgot to add a creditor onto her bankruptcy. What we do in a situation like that is we file an amendment. Amendments are very common, and they happen very often in Chapter 7 bankruptcy, as situations can change during the course of your bankruptcy filing. If you have any more questions about this, please feel free to contact our office.


Are you or a loved one constantly being called by creditors and have questions about forgetting to list a creditor in Chapter 7 bankruptcy? Contact experienced South Jersey Chapter 7 bankruptcy lawyer Andrew Carroll of All Jersey Bankruptcy today for a free consultation and case evaluation.

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