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I owe my lawyer $8000. If I file for bankruptcy in Ontario,

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I owe my lawyer $8000. If I file for bankruptcy in Ontario, can I make sure to keep the lawyer OFF the list? I want to ensure she gets paid.
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No, you cannot leave off any creditor. That would be illegally preferring one creditor over another and that is not allowed by the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act. Deliberately failing to list a debt could result in inability or delay to be discharged out of bankruptcy.
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