To comply with bankruptcy law requiring you to list every potential creditor & for your own protection, you want to cast a wide net & list absolutely every potential creditor. I have seen bankruptcy cases that listed tens of thousands of potential creditors. It is a lot of work, but well worth the extra effort & cost to prevent very expensive future legal problems. Hope this perspective helps!Ask a similar question
You need to have a bankruptcy attorney handle that for you. This is complicated. If you have a bankruptcy attorney, talk to him or her about it. If you do not have one, get one. This is too important for you to let mistakes you will introduce into the process to destroy your attempt to resolve all of these issues.
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I agree with Mr. Pederson. But the short answer is yes, you need to list every possible claimant. I have listed as many as 5 entities regarding a single debt.Ask a similar question