I practice in Maryland. (In fact, I'm looking at the Greenbelt Bankruptcy Court out of my window right now!)
This should not be a problem provided that the alternate names are properly disclosed. If you need help, most of the attorneys here (including me) offer free initial consultations.
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No, you should not have a problem as long as you present both documents and explain the discrepancy. The IDs are needed to verify identity more than anything else at the creditor's meeting. It is recommended you hire an attorney to ensure your interests are protected, however.
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No, you will not have a problem based upon this.
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Yes you can still file bankruptcy, but it would probably be best for you to straighten out the drivers license and social security card issue first, or shortly after you file, so there are no delays due the to the trustee's inability to confirm your identity.
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You shouldn't have a problem. When your attorney files your case he/she will probably show both names on the Petition as XYZ a/k/a ZXY.
Once your Bankruptcy petition is filed, proceedings on the creditor lawsuits should stop.