Yes, it is called a motion reopen your case. You should have no problem with the Judge granting your motion. It is done on a regular basis.
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If it was a no asset case, then you may not have to reopen at all.
You should contact your attorney to see what she thinks is best.
If you don't have one, I highly recommend you get one but you may be able to send them a letter telling them about the bk and that all pre-petition debts were discharged. See if they react and take it from there. Most creditors don't want to spend money to get nothing.
Yes, you can file a motion to reopen your Chapter 7 bankruptcy. However, if yours was a "no asset" Chapter 7, you may not have to reopen at all. Provide the debtor with a copy of your discharge.
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