Monday, May 17, 2010

Can I ignore the adversary complaint filed against me and still receive my bankruptcy discharge?

No. Debtors should never ignore an adversary complaint filed against them. In essence, an adversary complaint is a lawsuit filed against a debtor seeking to deny that debtor’s bankruptcy discharge. That’s serious and harsh.

Failure to defend against the adversary complaint would be a disaster and would result in a default judgment being entered against the debtor, the denial of the “fresh start” discharge, and possibly a money judgment being entered against the debtor. It is never a good idea to ignore a lawsuit that has been filed against you.
Warmest Regards,

Bob Schaller

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