Hi, thanks for your question. You should hire a lawyer for specific legal advice. No attorney client relationship is created here.
If the debt was a dischargeable debt, like a credit card etc. (and not a student loan or other non-dischargeable debt) then you should send the attorney a bankruptcy notice along with a copy of your schedule listing the debt from the bankruptcy case.
You should then call them to make sure they withdraw the case.
You can then go to the hearing and bring copies for the judge and the attorney again.
The judge will dismiss the case.
You should then ask the judge to make the other side pay your court costs.
You can file a counter claim against the creditor for violating the discharge too
Or you can file a discharge violation action in the bankruptcy case too
did you file for the business or the LLC?
They can collect against the business if this was a business debt. You should send them the dissolution documents then too.
They shouldn't have a back door. Forward them the info, and they should withdraw the suit completely
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I filed bankrupcy personally. I dont remember disolving the llc. Can they still come after me? Do I just disolve the LLC and that covers it?
They can come after the LLC. Your personal liability is discharged if you listed them in the case. Dissolution is the proper way, and that should end it. Show the court a copy of the bankruptcy and the dissolution
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