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Desiree, something doesn't sound quite right. I can't offer you legal advice about your case because I'm not your attorney and don't know the details of your case. That said, when filing bankruptcy you swear under penalty of perjury that you've listed all of your assets and all of your debts.
So you should have listed that auto loan, but you say you didn't list it. What happens now. Whether you listed it or not, if the lender has a security interest in your car, they can repo the car if you don't make the payments. Do they have a security interest. There's no way for me to know.
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