Under some circumstances once the bankruptcy proceedings have started, a special motion can be filed to remove certain liens. It will take a bankruptcy court order to remove them. This is a complicated area of the bankruptcy law and an attorney should be consulted. Contact us now to inquire about our Chapter 13 Bankruptcy related … Read moreWill filing a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy remove a lien?
Yes. Most civil judgments are stopped by bankruptcy. Contact us now to inquire about our Chapter 13 Bankruptcy related legal services.
Unless you can begin making your future rent payments on time, Chapter 13 will only stop an eviction for a while. Like a home mortgage payment, unless you can stay current from the date of filing a Chapter 13 forward, the owner will be entitled to possession of this property and at best you will … Read moreWill filing for Chapter 13 Bankruptcy stop an eviction action?
Yes. A home is an asset usually secured by a mortgage. While a Chapter 13 will stop a foreclosure, unless you begin making current payments, a creditor will be successful in obtaining permission from the Court to institute a new foreclosure proceeding. Assuming you can make your monthly payments after you file a Chapter 13 … Read moreWill filing for Chapter 13 Bankruptcy stop a foreclosure?