How Will I Know My Bankruptcy is Over?

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The bankruptcy court will send you information letting you know the status of your bankruptcy case. Traditionally, after going to the creditors' meeting you will receive a discharge and then a final decree. Your bankruptcy is not complete until you have gotten the order from the court closing your bankruptcy case.

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When Will I Know My Bankruptcy is Over?

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Bankruptcy

Bankruptcy is a legal way for people or businesses who are no longer capable of paying back their bills to clear these debts and start over.

Debt discharge

Debt discharge is when a debtor is no longer responsible for paying off some or all of a debt. This discharge can occur for some types of debts in bankruptcy.

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