Blog - So I'm filing bankruptcy - should I tell my attorney about the house?


Many people think when they file bankruptcy they only need to tell their attorney what they think he needs to know. Sometimes the house is not current, but their Statement of Intention shows they wish to retain and pay; sometimes the house is not even listed.

Isn't this about honesty and full disclosure?

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