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Can I file bankruptcy and avoid the civil lawsuit





Sub: Can I file bankruptcy and avoid the civil lawsuit
Sun, 14/10/2012 06:37

I have been sued by my creditors. Can I file bankruptcy and avoid the civil lawsuit?



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Sub: #1 From time-to-time, consumersMon, 02/04/2013 - 09:13



From time-to-time, consumers are faced with such tremendous financial hardship that they must decide whether to file for bankruptcy. The decision to file for bankruptcy should not be taken lightly and it should only be made after adequate research. If you are at a point in your financial life where bankruptcy seems like the best option, you will want to understand the process prior to filing for bankruptcy. For you to understand it better just visit this website at www.payday-loan-consolid ation.org or you might want to give them a call here's the no. 209-217-0373. I am pretty much sure they can help you. Goodluck!



Sub: #2 Yes, they can file bk whichWed, 01/30/2013 - 03:55



Wayne,


Yes, they can file bk which would stop any state court civil litigation.


If they do it will be up to you to timely file a complaint under 11 USC 523(a)(6) and (a)(9) if they file a Chapter 7 or 11. If they file a Chapter 13 the Code provision would be 11 USC 1328(a)(2) and/or (a)(4).


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Sub: #3 Civil bankruptcyTue, 01/29/2013 - 15:24



We were hit by a drunk driver and have 1.5 million in hospital debt and pain and suffering. They were convicted of a felony and sent to jail. Can they file any kind of lawsuit that stops collection of medical bills



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Sub: #4 Good day Mark!Mon, 01/28/2013 - 19:47



Good day Mark!

I was wondering why are these creditors wants to sue you? For what grounds? and why would you declared for bunkcuptsy? The thing is if you are definitely in the stage of having a financial problems you need to surf these website s www.payday-loan-consolid ation.org or call #209-217-0373.Why? Because I was once in your shoe.

I also thought of it declaring a bunkruptcy was just solution to settle it all.But no there is more possible solution to all dilemmas .But guess what, with this site and finally I called them up,the experts advice me a great solution to all my problems .Now Im a debt-free individual!



Sub: #5 Quote: I file a civil suit 2008 and it has not been settle yet iSun, 10/14/2012 - 06:37



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I file a civil suit 2008 and it has not been settle yet it`s 2012 and the business file bankruptcy in 2012 ? can I still get a award from courts


Not enough information:

1. Is the business a sole proprietorship, corporation or LLC?

2. What Chapter bk did it file?

3. What was the nature of the suit - breach of contract, fraud, misrepresentation - and, if the business was not a sole proprietorship, did you also sue the individual who was its principal?

Des.


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Sub: #6 I would suspect that any proceeds from the lawsuit would be propSat, 10/13/2012 - 18:36



I would suspect that any proceeds from the lawsuit would be property of the bankrutpcy court.

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Sub: #7 consumerSat, 10/13/2012 - 12:45



i file a civil suit 2008 and it has not been settle yet it`s 2012 and the business file bankruptcy in 2012 ? can i still get a award from courts .:eek:


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Sub: #8 Not true: "Is it possible to lose the protection of the automaThu, 02/24/2011 - 14:20



Not true:

"Is it possible to lose the protection of the automatic stay?
It is possible but unlikely, and unless the debtor is guilty of fraud, the consequences tend to be minimal."

"http://ww w.njlawnet.com/njlawreview/bankruptcy-faq.html"


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Sub: #9 You can file for bankruptcy. You ask a bankruptcy attorney, and Fri, 02/18/2011 - 22:06



You can file for bankruptcy. You ask a bankruptcy attorney, and with him to discuss your financial situation. Bankruptcy lawyers will be the most appropriate chapter of bankruptcy which will let you know.


Sub: #10 Quote:can a civil suit from a car accident be totally wiped out Tue, 02/15/2011 - 18:18



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can a civil suit from a car accident be totally wiped out by bankruptcy?


Yes, unless the unlawful operation of the vehicle while you were intoxicated caused death or personal injury to another. 11 USC 523(a)(9) and 11 USC 1328(a)(2).

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