60. How long will it take for creditors to stop calling me after I file bankruptcy?

As soon as you file bankruptcy, the court mails a notice to all of the creditors you list in your bankruptcy schedules. The creditors must immediately stop all collection efforts as soon as they become aware of the bankruptcy. This usually takes a few days, but in urgent cases we will contact a creditor immediately upon filing of your bankruptcy. Regardless, once you retain legal counsel, you can instruct your creditors to stop calling you and deal exclusively with your attorney.

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