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She was just afraid that the forgiven debt would be counted as income for 2011 for tax purposes

Well, we've addressed that a number of times in the thread. My guess is that there are two reasonably likely ways the forgiven debt will not be counted as taxable income - ways that do not include bankruptcy.

BK will also work, but as I've said earlier, it may not be necessary to accomplish the objective stated above.

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