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 Does filing bankruptcy erase judgments from creditors?

Answer Filing bankruptcy stops legal action against you for outstanding debts but may not remove judgments from creditors, which are legal actions ordering you to repay debt.Types of BankruptcyThe two pri... Read More »
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Should I Tell Creditors I'm Filing Bankruptcy?

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How do i add creditors after filing for bankruptcy?

Call either your local bankruptcy court or, if applicable, the attorney representing your interests in bankruptcy. If you filed "pro se" then you'll have to deal directly with the court unless at t... Read More »
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Can Filing Bankruptcy Prevent a Creditor From Filing a Mechanic's Lien?

A significant benefit of a bankruptcy filing is the automatic stay. The automatic stay is a court injunction that automatically prevents the filing of any liens and lawsuits once the bankruptcy cas... Read More »
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What Happens to Creditors in Bankruptcy?

The worst thing a creditor or lender can hear or find out is that the party that has its funds has filed for bankruptcy. It sends a chill through the spine of the creditor and more often than not, ... Read More »
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