You should list debts on your bankruptcy forms that are on your credit report even if you don't think you owe them.
Written by Attorney Jonathan Petts.
Updated July 22, 2020
It's a good idea to list all of the debts from your credit report that have a balance. Your credit report probably includes debts you have paid off -- you do not need to include these.
You should include debts with a balance even if you do not think you owe them. Best case scenario the debt will be discharged and you won't have to worry about it any more. Worst case you will be in the same position you are in now with that particular debt.
If you are in the process of disputing a debt that you think you don't owe, just mark it as "Disputed" on your paperwork (our system will help you with this) so that the judge is aware.