No. Under the bankruptcy code, you are required to list all of your debts, all of your property, all of your expenses, and all of your income. You will be asked several questions that will help disclose property you may have transferred or that has otherwise left your possession within the past three years. Even though you have to make a full disclosure of your financial situation, each debt will have a specific treatment in your case. For example, even though your mortgage must be reported in your bankruptcy case, if it is current, you will likely be able to make your house payment, as usual, each month.