An Automatic Stay Will Protect Your Bank Account
All Foreclosure Attempts Will Cease
Bankruptcy Can Save Your Property From Repossession
Any Bank Levies Against Your Accounts Will Be Lifted
Wage Garnishments Will Stop & You Will Retain Your Full Pay Again
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How Long Will Bankruptcy Remain On My Credit Report?
This will heavily depend upon the type of bankruptcy you file for. If you file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, it will remain on your credit report for 10 years. If you file for Chapter 13 bankruptcy, it will stay on your credit report for 7 years
When Will Collectors & Creditors Stop Contacting Me?
The moment you file for bankruptcy, an automatic stay will go into effect. This automatic stay will stop creditors from contacting you. This means creditors cannot take action to collect money from you. In addition, an automatic stay will stop foreclosure, lawsuits and property repossessions.
If I File For Bankruptcy, Will I Lose Any Of My Property Or Assets?
This is dependent upon your unique situation. However, most individuals keep their major assets. If you choose to file for Chapter 7, most of your major assets and property will be exempt. Any losses will be outweighed by the benefits of bankruptcy discharge. If you file for Chapter 13, you will not lose any property or assets.