Morris County Bankruptcy Attorney on What Happens After a NJ Bankruptcy Discharge
To receive a bankruptcy discharge of your case, you must complete all the duties outlined in your Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy filing. As the video below explains, one requirement needed to receive a bankruptcy discharge is the completion of a financial management course. The timeline to complete the financial management course is based on the type of bankruptcy you filed. Also provided in the video is information about what creditors can and cannot do now that you completed the Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy plan requirements.
Our Morris County bankruptcy attorney is ready to guide you through the process of filing bankruptcy, completing the bankruptcy plan requirements and providing creditor harassment support after receiving a NJ bankruptcy discharge. We know that a financial crisis is nothing to take lightly. Our bankruptcy lawyers want to see all their clients take control of their debts and gain the financial futures they deserve. Contact our bankruptcy law firm serving all of Morris County and the surrounding cities for a free bankruptcy review today.
Debtors are usually able to discharge most or all of their debts. Once a debt is discharged, a creditor may not attempt to collect it from the debtor.
Source: U.S. Courts