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What are common reasons for which a creditor might contest a debtor’s chapter 7 discharge?

  • The debtor’s bankruptcy filing is abusive pursuant to 11 USC 707.
  • The debtor has falsified his schedules or otherwise perjured himself in connection with the bankruptcy case.
  • The debtor transferred away assets with the intent to delay or hinder a creditor or bankruptcy trustee.
  • The debtor has failed to provide a satisfactory explanation for loss of assets.

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