Yes. In order to file for bankruptcy, all assets must be discharged. This includes cash, accounts receivable, promises to pay, the contents of a safe deposit box, etc. Bankruptcy is not a "pick and choose" proceeding. You cannot not disclose some assets and fail to disclose others. Intentionally omitting assets from your bankruptcy case may result in the denial of your bankruptcy discharge, the dismissal of your bankruptcy case, fines, or imprisonment for bankruptcy fraud.
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