No. That just means that they'll get e-filed notice of all documents filed.
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No. It is just a request for notification. They more than likely represent one of your creditors. This is not evidence that they will challenge.
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No, it is very common. You need not be concerned at all. As a reminder, take the financial management course and file form 23 with the court.
Jonathan Leventhal, esq.
Leventhal Law Group, P.C.
No, this is not cause for concern.
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