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Video Alert: Debtors … Stay Here

July 12, 2022

Be sure to watch this practice video on the Chapter 13 co-debtor stay. The co-debtor stay extends the protections of the automatic stay to co-debtors in certain circumstances, even if the co-debtor did not file bankruptcy. Thus, the purpose of the co-debtor stay is to protect individuals that are jointly liable for the same consumer debt as the debtor.


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