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What happens when I file for Bankruptcy in Michigan?

When you file your bankruptcy petition in Michigan, an “automatic stay” goes into effect. The “automatic stay” prohibits and stops any action against you to collect any debt, to foreclose on any real estate mortgage or repossess any vehicle. The “automatic stay” also stops creditor harassment, IRS and Michigan Department of Treasury collections, utility shut offs and wage garnishments.

If you have any questions about Bankruptcy in Michigan, call Attorney Mike Shovan with the Bay Area Bankruptcy Clinic at (877) 233-9389.

Michael J Shovan PLC is a debt relief agency and we help people file for bankruptcy under the laws of the United States Constitution, Article 1, Section 8.

This post is for informational purposes only and is not intended to constitute legal advice. Any relationship with this firm will be established by a written agreement signed by both you and me. If you have read this far, you need to call me at (877) 233-9389 or email me at mike@mikeshovan.com.

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