Monday, May 17, 2010

When must I respond to the adversary complaint?

ACT NOW! TIME IS OF THE ESSENCE! An adversary complaint is dangerous. A debtor who loses an adversary lawsuit would suffer permanent negative consequences. Debts for which the discharge is denied are debts that will remain owed for the remainder of your life, unless paid in full with any owed interest, fees, costs, and attorneys fees.

Debtors have only a short time to defend themselves---approximately 28 days! After that debtors are in jeopardy of a default judgment being entered against them and their bankruptcy discharged being DENIED OR REVOKED.
Warmest Regards,

Bob Schaller

Your Bankruptcy Advisor
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