Can Bankruptcy Stop Me from Being Evicted?

The “automatic stay” that goes into effect upon filing of bankruptcy may stop or slow your eviction. However, landlords have explicit rights to possession of their properties under the Bankruptcy Code.

To read more about bankrutpcy and eviction under Michigan law, click here to read our full post on this topic on the new Michigan bankruptcy blog of Michigan Bankruptcy Attorneys The Hilla Law Firm, PLLC.

If you are considering bankruptcy and have questions regarding the possibility of eviction before, during, or after your bankruptcy processs, please contact me at john@hillalaw.com or (866) 674-2317 to schedule a free, initial consultation.

5 responses to “Can Bankruptcy Stop Me from Being Evicted?

  1. John, very informative post on the effect of how an eviction plays a role in a bankruptcy proceeding.

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  3. Thank you for this post on the effect of how an eviction plays a role in a bankruptcy proceeding.

    Very interesting.

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