Will Filing Bankruptcy Stop Judgements?
Will filing bankruptcy stop judgements placed against you? Find out how bankruptcy can help by watching this educational video by Buffalo Bankruptcy Attorney Michael F. Barrett. If you have questions about bankruptcy, or are considering filing, please contact us for dedicated legal representation. Our dedicated debt relief attorneys welcome the opportunity to help you on your path to financial recovery.
- Bankruptcy is effective against judgments, just like any other debt in bankruptcy, with one exception – real property.
- Of you own a house and a judgment has been entered against you, it stands as a lien but, in most instances, the lien can be removed.
One of the most common questions we receive from potential bankruptcy clients is “will filing bankruptcy stop judgements?” The short answer is yes, but there are some exceptions to the rule. Contact our dedicated Buffalo bankruptcy lawyers today for a confidential consultation. Let us go over the details of your case, and provide you with guidance catered to your specific needs. The law firm of Cole, Sorrentino, Hurley, Hewner & Gambino has been providing sound legal advice and representation in bankruptcy and debt relief matters for more than 45 years. Let our experience work for you.