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March 14th, 2010 Wantland Posted in Bankruptcy, Utility Bills No Comments »

Wantland Law, PLLC- Usually, you should not list your utility bills if you are current in payment. There is simply no point in listing in the petition as there is no debt to get discharge. By listing the company, you may actually cause more problems- The company may decide to cut you off because they think you will not pay. They may ask for a deposit for future service.

Of course, if you have old utility bills that you no longer need the service associated, absolutely, list them as a creditor. Let bygones be gone.

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