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how do i find out if my ex-son-law included me when he filed

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how do i find out if my ex-son-law included me when he filed for bankruptcy. he borrowed over 60,000 from me for a house
Submitted: 6 years ago.
Category: Bankruptcy Law
Expert:  Terry L. replied 6 years ago.
You should have received a notice from the court if you are a creditor in his case.
otherwise, if you know where he lives, you can check with the bankruptcy court in his area to search the records to see if he filed. otherwise, just ask him to give you his case #XXXXX Otherwise, if he has not filed and has defaulted on his payments to you, you should contact an attorney to review a possible lawsuit, for which you could record judgment on his real estate if successful, and in some cases, that judgment lien might survive a bankruptcy filing. good luck.

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