A judgment is what comes at the end of a lawsuit. We can only stop a lawsuit once your bankruptcy is filed. Most creditor harassment will stop after you start telling your creditors to call us, but a lawsuit is different because a lawsuit is a court proceeding. You will need to get your fees paid so that we can get your bankruptcy case filed if you need to avoid a future judgment against you. If you already have a judgment, the judgment will probably be discharged in your bankruptcy, but to know for sure, please contact your local partner and tell us about the lawsuit.
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- Can I delay or stop payments for my bankruptcy without cancelling?
- What happens after I pay in full?
- Why are there more fees after I file my Chapter 13 bankruptcy?
- Am I immediately protected against a foreclosure proceeding?
- What is happening while I am making payments to the firm?
- What number should I give my creditors when they call me?
- Why do I need to pay a fee to reactivate my suspended case?
- I just had a court date and now I have a judgment against me
- What is my case number?
- What happens if I get a sale date for my home?