If I Have a Debt That's Not Dischargeable, Should I Still List It?
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Yes. You must list every debt you have on your forms. The court needs to know about all of them.
Written by Kristin Turner, Harvard Law Grad.
Updated April 19, 2022
While some debts can't be discharged in bankruptcy, it's still important to list every debt you have when you file bankruptcy. If you file using our free online filing tool, list every debt you have regardless of whether you think it can be discharged or not. The court needs to know about all of them.