Yes. You should include all your debts on your bankruptcy forms, even if some cannot be erased.
Written by Kristin Turner, Harvard Law Grad.
Updated September 15, 2021
If you're in the process of filling out paperwork for your bankruptcy case, you may be wondering which of your debts you should list. Generally speaking, you should include all your debts on your bankruptcy forms, even if some can't be erased.
You may already be aware that it can be difficult to have your student loans erased through bankruptcy. Even so, you should list those debts on your paperwork.