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Can debts that you know for sure will be incurred in the month after filing (examples may be utility bills, credit card bills, rent), be included in a bankruptcy petition? No Or can debts only up until the date of filing be listed? Initially, you can only list the debts incurred. Sometimes debts incurred after the filing of a petition will be "...


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They do have to be declared. There is no differentiation to be made except that the address of the creditor will be outside the U.S. (all debts need to disclose the creditor's address). I have foreign debts, and I'm aware that while they cannot be discharged in the USA where I am filing, they still need to be declared. This is not categorically true, ...


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My question is if I add my rent to my debt when filing for bankruptct, and if it gets discharged, would that prevent the landlord from going after the lease holder for it? Yes. Although it wouldn't prevent you from being evicted after the automatic stay in bankruptcy expires. Lease in force when a bankruptcy petition is filed must either be affirmed and ...


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If you sublet the apartment from the tenant, that is an agreement between you and the tenant. It may be that the landlord has to approve any subleasing, but the original obligation remains. Therefore even if you have been paying the rent, it is essentially paying on behalf of the tenant (in exchange for you getting the use of the unit). If you don't pay what ...


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