01 Jun Violation of the Bankruptcy Discharge Injunction may have you seeing Green! Part VI
The bankruptcy discharge is the goal in any consumer bankruptcy case. In my opinion, protecting and upholding the discharge is the debtor’s and their attorney’s ultimate duty. When a Creditor, and their attorneys, take actions which violate the discharge, they display a lack of respect for the entire bankruptcy process, the Judge who issued the discharge, the Debtor and Debtor’s Counsel. When these individuals are sued for their behavior, their defense is the same, it was always and I repeat always a innocent mistake or a rogue employee. This and other defenses are now being taught in seminars to protect collection firms and collection attorneys from liability. Can you believe this. A new industry is arising where collection attorneys and debt collectors are learning to protect themselves from lawsuits for their unscrupulous behavior.
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