If the address is incorrect, you should file an amendment with the court adding the correct creditor address, and mail a copy of your meeting of creditors notice to the creditor's correct address (if you have it). It may be somewhat a matter of local procedure and practice how to handle this, so you should consult with an attorney in your area. It may be sufficient to just mail the creditor the notice. The important thing is that the creditor gets notice. Filing an amendment, while technically required, isn't always necessary.
Local rules and procedures of the bankruptcy court will dictate how to adress this issue. You should consult with your attorney on this or, if pro se, may wish to call the trustee's office for input (though they will not give you specific legal advice, this is more a procedural issue). Even if amending the creditor list is not required, I would certainly keep the trustee informed of the actions taken to notify the creditor. It only serves to show your willingness to be above board on disclosing the debt and your intent.
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Try to find a proper address and send the creditor notice. In some jurisdictions, if you cannot locate the creditor, but the creditor was listed and scheduled AND there were no assets to distribute, the debt is still discharged. Check with an attorney, or yours if you have one, about whether any further action is required.
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Mitchell P. Goldstein
Richmond, VA 23230