Can a Consumer Object to a Proof of Claim Filed by a Creditor?

Objecting To Proofs of Claim

It is not necessary to file an adversary proceeding to object to a proof of claim. However, an adversary proceeding can be used to object to a proof of claim where other claims can be asserted against the party filing the claim. This means of objecting to a proof of claim is similar to filing a counterclaim in a state court foreclosure action.

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