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Reopening a Bankruptcy Case

We all know that mistakes happen, but what happens if the mistake happens in your bankruptcy case and you have already received your discharge order? Depending upon the mistake that was made, you may be allowed to reopen your case and fix the error.

It is not a guarantee that you will be able to reopen your filing to cure mistakes, so it is extremely important to ensure that you get it right when you initially file for debt relief. In fact, the majority of bankruptcy cases that are allowed to be reopened are when a procedural error must be fixed.

Below are a few of the common errors that may warrant reopening a bankruptcy case:

•failing to timely file your Read more . . .

– See more at: https://debtorprotectors.com/lawyer/blog_category/page_6/Bankruptcy#sthash.yQ8vOefL.dpuf

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