Re: Creditor Comes Out Of The Blue!
You can file an amendment with the court. If the bk has already been closed, the fee the court charges for reopening & filing an amendment will be more than if the bk was still pending when you filed the amendment. Usually if you didn't list a creditor in a chapter 7 no asset case, there has been case law that the unlisted creditor debt will be discharged. (but not always)
You may want to get the help of a bk attorney.
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