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Generally no, since that is just an ongoing expense.
If you are discharging the insurance balance due though with that provider, then yes, they wouldn't withdraw.
Otherwise, the bankruptcy should have no effect on that ach
let me know if you have any other questions. Thanks
do i did not involve them in the bk
can u please clarify
so your telling me my withdrawal will go trew since i did not involve them in my bk.
Yes, that is what I said. It should not be affected
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