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The fact that you file bankruptcy will not cause her credit report to indicate that she has filed bankruptcy. However, the particular loan may have a notation that it is in default or that it is involved in bankruptcy. This is so because the co-debtor - your daughter - is protected by the co-debtor stay.
The loan will have to be listed as a debt in your bankruptcy schedules as it is a debt of yours. You can leave it off of your schedules, but if you do, your schedules would be fraudulent.
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