Can I file bankruptcy for a judgment against me?

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Yes, you can file bankruptcy if a creditor has been awarded a judgment against you. By filing bankruptcy, it will stop the creditors from collecting the money owed or from pursuing the judgment any further.
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You can file can bankruptcy for a judgement against yourself depending on your eligibility. If you are merely trying to escape the debt that resulted from the judgment and you do not qualify for bankruptcy, you may fail in your attempt. If you qualify for a bankruptcy where several of your debts may be discharged, a debt that resulted from a judgment may also be discharged.
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