Thank you in advance,
Yes, it can stay on your credit for up to 10 years. I honestly don’t know whether it is from filing date or discharge date. But I would suspect that it is from filing date, since that is the first date of the “public record”.
But in the scheme of things it really doesn’t matter. In chapter 7, filing date to discharge date is only a few months. They are very close together in time.
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