Yes, even if you plan on keeping the asset (such as a home mortgage or car loan), even if you know they won’t get discharged (such as taxes, student loans or child support) and even if it’s a credit card you wanted to keep. They and your other creditors are entitled to notice of your bankruptcy. Please call me for more information specifically tailored to your situation.
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