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11 minutes ago, MMGreen said:

If someone filed bankruptcy and did not list you as a creditor but listed you as income, can you get your money owed?


The notion of "list[ing] [a creditor] as income" makes no sense whatsoever.


That being said, a creditor can object to a debtors BK schedules, the schedules can be amended, or the creditor can simply file a claim.  Note, however, that, in most Chapter 7 cases, unsecured nonpriority creditors typically receive $0, much less anything approaching the total amount owed.  Obviously, if the creditor holds a secured or priority claim or the BK is filed under some other chapter, the possibility of receiving some amount increases somewhat, but the details matter and we have none.

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17 minutes ago, Kristenkbr said:

As far as my opinion is concerned so i think you can get your money owed.


This conclusion seems awfully suspect given the awkward grammar in the original post (which is matched by your response) and the fact that we know nothing about the financial situation of the debtor or what chapter was filed or any other relevant facts.

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