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Will bankruptcy stop a judgment?

May 1, 2012

Bankruptcy will stop most judgments from being enforced. It will prevent the judgment from resulting in a garnishment of your wages or bank account and from putting a lien on your property. If a judgment lien has been put on your property before you file bankruptcy, it may still be possible to remove the lien through the bankruptcy.

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