discharge question

November 19th, 2007 by Questions

Can a bankruptcy discharge ever be undone?
I received my papers in early September, and while I should feel relief that the process is over, I`m instead fearful that somehow, the discharge could be undone in the future – I don`t know if that is even possible, but if it is, under what circumstances would that occur?
I guess I just want someone to reassure me that the only worries I should have now are rebuilding my credit and that the bankrtupcy is done with.


One Response to “discharge question”

, Barton Goth GCO Bankruptcy Trustees said:

Yes a discharge can be reversed if it can be shown that the discharge was based on fraudulent information or you committed an bankruptcy offense and should not have been granted a discharge, but this is very rare. So unless you have been involved in something unusual I wouldn’t worry.

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