Yes you can file it with the court now. A lot of times, pro se debtors forget to file it, then they are reminded when they get the "case closed no discharge" letter. Then they have to pay money to re-open the case, and have permission to re-file. So yes, file it now, before you forget and its too late. Good luck
I am assuming that the reason you are short selling the home is that you are going to make some financial profit from it in some way? Otherwise, why would you do it?
If you want to go forward with the short sale, the only way to get rid of the abstract judgment lien tied to your property is to file a motion to reopen your case, then file a motion to avoid the lien. The motion to reopen the case has a fee attached to it, and whoever is preparing the motions will most likely charge you as...
Although you included the credit card in the bankruptcy and received a discharge, because it is post-petition debt, it is not dischargeable, and therefore you must pay it.
I wrote an article on post-petition debt if you would like additional information. Here's the link: http://liverpoollegal.com/wordpress/debt-accrued-filing-bankruptcy-discharged/
Did you file an income and expense declaration and attach your proof of income? You should have included that with your Order to Show Cause for modification of child support. At the hearing you can let the Judge know these things.
You should have disclosed it as an asset on your bankruptcy petition. You will be able to keep it if you have enough exemptions to cover this asset. Did you have an attorney represent you? If so, they should have taken care of this.
Yes, you must list your home mortgage, even if its only in your spouse's name. When filing for bankruptcy you must list all of your and your spouses assets. Whether you will be able to keep the home depends on how much equity (if any) is in the property.
You should not have to appear at the 6/19 state court appearance. If you used an attorney, your creditor that is suing you should have been listed on the petition so that they would receive notification of your bankruptcy being filed. In addition, I file a "notice of stay of proceedings" with the state court so that the state court is advised that you have filed for bankruptcy, and that they should not proceed against you any further. You should check and make sure that you or your attorney...
There is no need to list accounts with a zero balance on Schedule F. They are not "creditors".
However, if it has a balance, then it MUST be listed, you cannot pick and choose which creditors you would like to list on the bankruptcy petition.
Congratulations on receiving your bankruptcy discharge. There are steps that you can and should take to start to rebuild your credit. And you may even be surprised to know that as little as 2 years after your discharge you MAY qualify for an FHA home loan.