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Hi, thanks for your question. You should hire a lawyer for specific legal advice. No attorney client relationship is created here.
IF the bankruptcy has covered the debt, you can stop making payments, yes.
I assume you are in chapter 13? if so the creditor will be paid out of your bankruptcy payments
let me know if you have any other questions. thanks
Already tried. what is the law. how can a loan co overturn a court approved bankruptcy simply because I have made voluntary payments. The law must be clear. Your answer is incomplete.
Sorry, i didn't get the reply notice.
So, lets back up
You are in chapter 13?
The bankruptcy called for direct payments to a lender?
Or was the debt part of the repayment plan.
What do you mean a loan company overturned an approved bankruptcy?
I'll need some more facts to give you a more specific response.
Paint the full picture for me. Thanks in advance.
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