I am preparing papers for my Chapter 7 BK. I have debts which are dischargable and also nondischargable restitution. It seems that I should list the restitution as a debt, but would think it would look better if I tagged it somehow as nondischargable so it does not appear that I think it might be discharged. Perhaps there is a way. Thanks.
The court will ultimately determine whether your debts are dischargable. There is no need to tag or flag a debt beyond what is required by the forms.
Family Law Attorney
The bankruptcy court wants to see all debts and wants them lumped together whether they are dischargeable or not -- the Court is well versed in sorting through debts and getting them all in the proper category. What seems like a thoughtful gesture to us can just be a bump that could end up delaying and/or costing you more.
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Simi Valley, CA
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