Chapter 7 bankruptcy stops all money judgments related to medical and doctor bills from the very moment you file your do it yourself bankruptcy.
Additionally, all medical bills regardless of the amount owed, are discharged in chapter 7 bankruptcy. If you have hospital bills, chances are that you also have many other doctor bills and numerous collection companies coming after you. Don't worry, our full service chapter 7 bankruptcy has you covered.
To stop collectors from bothering you, the court clerk sends the medical creditors a notice informing them of your do it yourself bankruptcy filing. You do not have to notify them yourself.
If a collector still tries to collect on the judgment, you can bring it to the attention of the bankruptcy court, but they will almost always stop the collection when you file your bankruptcy.
When you order our full-service do it yourself bankruptcy product, be sure to list the judgment creditor with us. It is the job of the primary creditor to stop the medical collection companies or their collection agencies that they have hired.
Do not hire a bankruptcy lawyer simply because of their misleading promise to stop the medical bills. The medical judgment creditors stop collection automatically because you filed chapter 7 bankruptcy and the court clerk notified them of it.