Do not pay large amount of money to family, friends, or credit cards before filing chapter 7 bankruptcy. These are considered "preferences" and the bankruptcy trustee will be able to take such money back and re-distribute to all of the creditors on a pro-rata basis. The amount of money that you...Read more »
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Some or all your creditors will be listed on your report, they will have a chapter 7 discharge status as soon as your case gets discharge. Just be sure to work hard on repairing your credit and you will be on your way to credit restoration soon.
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