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What To Do If A Creditor Violates The Automatic Stay

If you are in the process of filing for bankruptcy and a creditor violates the automatic stay, it is important to take immediate action. The automatic stay provides a shield of protection by halting any collections activity until your case is finalized. When creditors violate the automatic stay, it can result in serious consequences that can have long-term negative effects on your finances.

The first step to take if a creditor violates the automatic stay is to contact an experienced bankruptcy attorney. An experienced attorney will be able to help you determine whether or not there has been in fact a violation and what legal actions need to be taken next. Your attorney will also provide guidance on how best to proceed with filing a motion for contempt of court against the creditor since violations of the automatic stay are considered civil contempts under federal law.

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