Notice Of Intent To Sue
We paid a local attorney's office to represent us (my wife and I)in filing Chapter 7. The attorney was paid in full for the service in late July and we were told at the time to stop making payments to all our creditors. The representative we were working with at the attorney's office has just contacted us in terms of signing the final papers - meaning that the actual claim has not been actually filed in court. From the time we paid the attorney until now, my wife has contacted the office on numerous occasions to check on the status of our case. We just received a notice from one of our creditors that they are filing suit to get the balance due to them. They were notified that we had paid an attorney and were filing bankruptcy and they were given the attorney's phone and address, however, we gave them no case number because we did not yet have one. This is one of the creditors we have listed and we are assuming they will still be included in the bankruptcy. Are we correct in this assumption?
I certainly hope so.
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