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IF YOU OWE MONEY TO A BANK OR CREDIT UNION
If you owe money to your current bank or credit union -- via credit cards, loans, etc.
  1. Stop putting money into your checking and savings accounts with that institution, and

  2. Immediately get all monies out of those accounts.

After you file bankruptcy, the bank or credit union will try to grab any money left on account, applying it to pay any debt you owe. Besides, after you file bankruptcy, if you owe the bank or credit union money, they will usually want to get rid of you as a customer.

OPEN A NEW ACCOUNT AT A DIFFERENT BANK
Therefore, if you want to make sure you have a checking account for the future, open up a new checking account in a different bank or credit union before we file your bankruptcy case. However, make sure you pick an institution where you do not owe any money.

 



Detroit Michigan Bankruptcy
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