Most liens will survive bankruptcy. With some, you can file a motion to avoid the lien, but if you don't, the lien will survive. Sounds like you had some bad advice about how to deal with the lien. You might want to consult an attorney now to see if you can reopen your case to avoid the lien.
You filed your own bankruptcy without an attorney, didn't you? While the BK was pending you should have filed papers to have the liens avoided. Now, you will have to hire an attorney, pay the court a fee to re-open your BK and have the liens avoided. Good luck.
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