So why are they continuing to go after the company? I assume that since they sued the corporation and me as guarantor they could still go after the company since the company is not under bk protection even though I am the sole owner.
Thanks for the reply but apartly the stay does not apply to individual businesses since the business is the co-debtor and not an individual. Anyway can you help me by answering my original question:
Instead of spending money to file a chapter 7 bk on behalf of the company, can I just notify all of my creditors and file an "Article of Dissolution" since I am personally under a chapter 13? Would this put a stop to this creditor?
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