In our example about the adversary proceeding about whether a debt gets discharged, here are the creditor’s and debtor’s closing arguments.
Here’s an example showing how to answer a creditor’s complaint objecting to the legal write-off of a debt in bankruptcy.
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.
A creditor or a bankruptcy trustee could potentially object to the discharge–legal write-off–of ALL your debts. Very rare, and preventable.
In your goal of getting a fresh financial start, your most important tool is the “discharge”–the permanent legal elimination of your debts.
Ongoing litigation, or the threat of it, against you and/or your business usually dies with your bankruptcy filing.