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Preventing a windfall: getting a dismissal when plaintiff fails to disclose the claims in bankruptcy

USA - April 6 2012 The bankruptcy code provides protection and relief to individuals facing insurmountable debt, but it carries certain obligations and limitations, notably requiring them to list all of their assets, including any claims or potential claims on the schedule of personal assets. 

Co-authors: Stephanie L. Perkins.