I have noticed that my lawyer listed alternative addresses for creditors as if they were separate creditors, and both of them had the same balances. Is this a correct way of doing things? Should he have listed the alternative addresses with 0 balances, or it doesn't matter? My lawyer seems young and inexperienced and I don't know if he did the right thing.
Yes, he's right.
This is a question you should ask your attorney and one that he should readily answer with an explanation. I do not think that this is the appropriate forum to ask other attorneys to second guess your lawyer.
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Not only was your attorney right but this is an example of a "best practice."