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Schedule F is where all unsecured nonpriority creditors should be listed. It is not necessary to know or list the exact amount owed to each creditor. However it is necessary to state the name of the creditor as well as the correct mailing address
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What do I put in the amount box? Just an estimate? What about the account numbers I don't have
Your best estimate of amount is sufficient. If you have the account numbers they should be listed – if you do not have the account numbers, the name and address of the creditor is sufficient
Most debtors do not know all the account numbers nor exact amounts of debt
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