The creditor withdrew one claim and was disallowed another by the bankruptcy judge. Can they come back and RE-assert their claim if the debtors fail to follow through with the bankruptcy repayment plan?
FYI: This pertains to an asset (a home) in which the creditor withdrew objection on one claim, and was disallowed on another claim because the judge deemed that the debtors had quit claimed interest in a property four years prior to filing for Chapter 13. Also, the debtors had no financial interest in the asset, which belonged to their daughter (who made all the mortgage payments and the original down payment). The debtors only co borrowed on the asset to help daughter qualify for home loan. Is the daughter safe from these creditors if the debtors cannot complete the repayment plan?