Hello and thank you for allowing me the opportunity to assist you.
Q: What is the best way to find a bankruptcy attorney?
A: The best way is to use the Indianapolis Bar Association's attorney referral service, which you can access HERE
Q: How would we list them as a creditor if we don't know who they are?
A: You (or your attorney if you hire one) will look at your credit report to see all of your creditors. I always ask clients to give me a report from each of the 3 credit bureaus for exactly that reason.
Q: Is there any way to find out who all is claiming we owe them money in order to include them in the bankruptcy?
A: See above about credit reports
Q: I know we can look at our credit report, but things like medical bills and such won't show up on there.
A: Sometimes they do show up because those bills get sent to collection agencies
. However, you should note that if your case is a no-asset Chapter 7
(meaning all of your assets are exempt, which will likely be the case), then you won't be harmed if you miss a creditor. So, if you forget to put a doctor's office on the schedules, the debt would still be discharged in a no-asset Chapter 7 because there would be nothing for the creditor anyway ... in other words, the creditor is not harmed by not being listed. If you're thinking about a Chapter 13, then you need to list all creditors because the listed creditors will get payments.
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Thank you and good luck!