Z is for Zero

After your receive your discharge, Zero is the amount of unsecured, non-priority debt (credit cards, unsecured personal loan, medical bills, etc.) that you will owe. A creditor must file an action in bankruptcy court in order for that debt to not be discharged. It doesn’t matter if the debt was listed in your bankruptcy or not, the debt is discharged. If you are contacted about a pre-petition unsecured, non-priority debt give them your case number and keep track of any other contacts they make with you. Your case number is your proof of filing, any further collection activity is a violation of your discharge.

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For more Z terms:
Zero Percent Plan-Omaha and Lincoln, Nebraska Bankruptcy Attorney, Ryan D. Caldwell
Z is for Zero-Jacksonville Bankruptcy Attorney, J. Dinkins G. Grange, Esquire
Z is for Zillion-Bay Area Bankruptcy Lawyer Cathy Moran
Zombie-New York City bankruptcy attorney Jay S. Fleischman
Zero Plan Payment-Cleveland Bankruptcy Attorney Bill Balena
Zany-Wisconsin Bankruptcy Lawyer, Bret Nason
ZZZZZZZZ or Peace of Mind-Metro Richmond Consumer and Bankruptcy Attorney, Mitchell Goldstein
Zone – Livonia Bankruptcy Attorney, Peter Behrmann
ZOWIE! Student Loan Debtors . . – Michigan bankruptcy lawyer

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