You can remove a judgment lien from a credit card debt in a Chapter 7. However, it is not an automatic process. A motion must be file to remove this lien under 11 USC section 522.
Be sure your bankruptcy attorney is familiar with this process, as not every bankruptcy attorney has this specialized experienced & the timing & the noticing requirements are highly technical.
Hope this perspective helps!
You should have brought a 522f motion. Conatct your attorney and see if it is worth reopening the case to file the motion.
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The lien can be removed but the procedure varies widely from District to District. In our area we can do it without even a hearing sometimes but the paperwork has to very specifically drafted and recorded properly. Other Districts may require other work. This is definitely something worth seeking the advice of an attorney if you are serious. I agree, be sure to verify that they have done this type of motion before.