Whether you file a 7 or a 13, a bankruptcy will last on the debtor's credit for ten years. The debts that have been discharged should be reported on the debtor's credit report with a zero balance. If not, there may be Fair Credit Reporting violations on both the state and federal levels. There may also be discharge injunction violations where moetary damages may be awarded if you were denied financing because of a particular debt remaining on your credit report when it should have been discharged and reported as a zero balance. You should contact an experienced bankruptcy attorney if you are contemplating bankruptcy or if you are not sure about bankruptcy consequences and procedures
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