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After Acquired Interest Not Part of The Bankruptcy Estate

When you file a bankruptcy case, everything you own becomes your "bankruptcy estate." In a large majority of Chapter 7 bankruptcy cases everything in the "estate" is ...
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When Can I Buy a Home After A Foreclosure?

There are many misconceptions about how long you have to wait after a home foreclosure to be able to buy and finance a home. You may have heard that you have to wait 7 years. Some people even believe ...
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Saving Your Home from Foreclosure through Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

The two main consumer bankruptcy options can help prevent the foreclosure of your home. Filing a Chapter 7 case can help a little, but maybe enough. Chapter 13 can provide a great deal of help. ...
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What Are the Drawbacks of a Short Sale?

A short sale is often the only way to sell your home if you owe more on it than it's worth. But they are usually harder than you think to pull off and you have to be very careful to get the results ...
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U.S. Dept. of Justice Sues Standard & Poor's For $5 Billion in a Southern California Federal Court

Last month the federal Department of Justice filed a lawsuit in U.S. District Court for the Central District (the Los Angeles area) that is one of the most significant ones ever brought related to the ...
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What Happens to Your Home, If You Cannot Afford Your Chapter 13?

A Chapter 13 payment plan is a remarkably good way to catch up on back mortgage payments, but it's also a good way to keep options open on your home if things don't go as planned. Chapter 13's Unique ...
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10 Big Reasons to See Your California Bankruptcy Attorney To Save Your Home

Get advice from your California bankruptcy attorney both to successfully save your home and to save money, often lots of money. 1. Strip second mortgage and other junior mortgages: Hanging onto your ...
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The Automatic Stay in a Chapter 7 vs. Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

The " automatic stay " protects you from your creditors while you're in bankruptcy. Chapter 7 and 13 provide quite different protections. Under Chapter 7 Bankruptcy The automatic stay is the federal ...
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Getting Paid from the Recent National Mortgage Fraud Settlement

The " largest consumer financial protection settlement in US history" is in the middle of going into effect. One relatively small part of it-about $1.5 billion-is earmarked for about 750,000 prior ...
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Can You Reverse a Home Foreclosure After the Sale Date?

In California, there is a time period and process that is required before a home can be foreclosed. Most homes in California are foreclosed through a non-judicial foreclosure. In order to foreclose on ...
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Can You Remove A Homeowners Association Lien from Your Home?

Many homeowners in California are facing growing problems in trying to not only keep up with their mortgage but their monthly homeowners association payments. In California, a homeowners association ...
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Can Bankruptcy Stop An Eviction?

Can Filing f or Bankruptcy Help You Stop An Eviction? If you are fac ing a possible eviction from your home or apartment then filing for bankruptcy can stop the eviction process in most circumstances ...
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Should I Modify My Home Loan Before or After Filing for Bankruptcy?

When filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, one of the common questions I run across with clients is whether they should complete a loan modification prior to filing for bankruptcy or after. The answer to ...
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The Value of the Automatic Stay

Millions of Americans continue to labor under the pressure of mounting debt while struggling to find employment in a job market that continues to be sluggish. Many people feel the stress and pressure ...
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Foreclosure After Bankruptcy- Do I Have to Pay the Mortgage Company?

If you have a home with a mortgage payment that you kept through your Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy you have probably wondered about: What will happen in t he future if I cant make my mortgage ...
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