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Once an entity has filed bankruptcy, a creditor must stop all attempts to collect a debt directly from the entity. All action must be taken in the bankruptcy court. To contact the debtor directly is considered to be a violation of the automatic stay of the bankruptcy court and could subject your son to penalties.
Your son's remedy is to file a proof of claim in the bankruptcy matter. Typically these forms are available at the bankruptcy courthouse. If there are assets available for distribution to the creditors, your son will share in them as per his allowed claim.
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