Will my creditors leave me alone once I file for bankruptcy?

Will my creditors leave me alone once I file for bankruptcy?

YES!  Once you file for bankruptcy, your creditors can no longer call you, email you, send you letters or contact you in any way.  This includes you, your friends and your family members.  All collection attempts will stop immediately.  As your bankruptcy attorney, creditors will be required by law to go through me from this point forward.  If creditors continue this harassment, you will have legal claim against them.  This will give me the opportunity to sue any creditor that does this to you in federal bankruptcy court.

 

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