What are the chances of remaining discharge?

I filed for Chapter 7 in 2009 and got the discharged in 2010. I was going through a personal injury case which was disclosed to the trustee and bankruptcy was discharged. In this situation, my ex-spouse lodged a complaint with the bankruptcy court claiming that I committed bankruptcy fraud. I manage to settle on my personal injury a year after my bankruptcy and the amount was for pain and suffering, Initially, my medical bills were discharged in bankruptcy. But the bankruptcy court has filed a motion to reopen the case. Can you guide me and state the chances of remaining discharge as I disclosed everything to the court?

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You need to consult with a local attorney.

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