Automatic Stay Violations-How to Deal with Creditors after a Bankruptcy, when they keep calling


A creditor who knowingly violates the automatic stay may be held liable for actual damages caused by the violation, attorney’s fees, court costs and for punitive damages. Creditor actions taken after the stay is in place are generally void or voidable.

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