I am submitting paperwork to my attorney tomorrow in preparation for filing bankruptcy. In the meantime I have creditors calling and I have yet to reply to their phone messages. What is the best way to handle these calls? Should I continue to ignore them? Should I change my phone number? Or, is it best for me speak with them or contact them by mail and tell them to contact my attorney?
Ask your lawyer how you should proceed. Generally, I tell my clients to tell creditors that they will be filing for bankruptcy, and to give them my name and phone number. By now, you have probably met with your attorney and asked the same questions. Just curious because I don't know the correct answer. My guess is that your attorney will say to just ignore the creditor phone calls and wait for the bankruptcy to be filed. So, what did he/she recommend?
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