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Stop Bill Collectors with a Discharge of Debts

Approximately three (3) months after you file your petition, the court will enter a Discharge Order which completes your bankruptcy and will discharge your liability or responsibility for all debts that can be discharged in your Iowa Chapter 7 bankruptcy. This action will effectively stop bill collectors permanently. None of your creditors can make any attempt to try to collect the debts from you after the entry of your discharge order.

Debts that are dischargeable in a Chapter 7 bankruptcy include:

  • Credit cards

  • Medical bills

  • Payday loans, back rent and old utility bills

  • Debts from repossession or foreclosure

  • Business debts

  • Some older taxes

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