Here’s an example showing in a practical way what happens when a creditor objects to the legal write-off of a debt in bankruptcy.
Sue a creditor to confirm that a debt will be discharged, or to punish the creditor for violating the automatic stay or the discharge order.
Sometimes it’s in your best interest to force an issue in bankruptcy court by, in effect, suing a creditor in an adversary proceeding.
The main goal of bankruptcy is often to write off–“discharge”–your debts. Here’s how it works in Chapter 7 “straight bankruptcy.”