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What happens if I file bankruptcy?

The United States Bankruptcy Code prohibits creditors from taking actions to collect certain debts while a bankruptcy case is pending and the automatic stay is in effect. If you are currently in a bankruptcy case, contact the Collection Services Division at 334-353-8096 immediately upon receiving a Final Notice Before Seizure and provide information about the bankruptcy case, including the bankruptcy case number. If you have questions about your tax liability in relation to a pending or prior bankruptcy case, please seek legal counsel from your bankruptcy attorney.

Related FAQs in Bankruptcy

The United States Bankruptcy Code prohibits creditors from taking actions to collect certain debts while a bankruptcy case is pending and the automatic stay is in effect. If you are currently in a bankruptcy case, contact the Collection Services Division at 334-353-8096 immediately upon receiving a Final Notice Before Seizure and provide information about the bankruptcy case, including the bankruptcy case number. If you have questions about your tax liability in relation to a pending or prior bankruptcy case, please seek legal counsel from your bankruptcy attorney.