That is a question for a bankruptcy attny, in most cases your divorce may move forward but cannot be made final regarding the financial matters due to a bankruptcy, to be safe, I would suggest you re post this again in the bankruptcy section and see what happnes. Take care.
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So, the divorce was pending and you filed a bankruptcy petition that automatically stayed the divorce and you want your wife to petition the bankruptcy court to lift the stay that your bankruptcy petition caused to be entered. Let me guess further that you are representing yourself in both proceedings, and you want the good-hearted bankruptcy attorneys that frequent Avvo to save you from yourself. Please take this as your wake-up call. You need the guidance of an experienced bankruptcy attorney to lead you through what is a complicated process fraught with opportunities for you to self-inflict damage. (Representation in your divorce would better serve your interests as well.) Filing a bankruptcy married, but not joiintly, while a divorce is pending is not something that most experienced bankruptcy attorneys would recommend and now you must live within the limitations you have caused to be imposed. if you do not know a competent bankruptcy lawyer, use the attorney-finder at www.nacba.org. I am a longtime proud member of NACBA, and trust my CA colleagues to advise accurately.
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You have to file a motion for relief from the automatic stay. Try looking on the court's website, www.cacb.uscourts.gov, under forms for what she needs to file.
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