1) Did you own the timeshare before you filed your Bankruptcy?
2) Was this a Chapter 7 or a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy?
3) Where did the final hearing document come from?
If your liability to pay for the timeshare was discharged in your Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, you should attend the hearing with a copy of your Bankruptcy papers - to make sure the judge knows that this obligation was discharged in your Bankruptcy.
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You do not have to attend. But it would be a good idea to contact the attorneys who sent you the papers to make sure they understand this was discharged in a Bankruptcy.
If they did not know, you may have to send them a copy of part of your Bankruptcy petition - to show them this was discharged.
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