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Lawyer's lien can't be discharged by debtor (access required)

An attorney's lien perfected before the client files for bankruptcy cannot be discharged, a Fairfax circuit judge has ruled. The perfected lien survives the bankruptcy because such liens are statutory in nature and are not specifically excepted by federal statute, the judge wrote. Many attorneys and judges seem to be under the mistaken impression that such liens ...

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