Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy can provide you with options to avoid the sale of your home to prevent its foreclosure.
An after acquired interest that is related to an asset of the bankruptcy estate is not necessarily party of the bankruptcy estate. It depends on a number of factors.
After a foreclosure you will generally have to wait 3 years to qualify for an FHA loan. In some cases the lender may grant an exception in the following circumstances…
If you are considering doing a short sale on your home it is important that you understand some of the problems involved in completing a short sale.
Filing for Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy can help you save your home from foreclosure. Each chapter provides different advantages for saving your home.
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What Happens to the Home You Are Trying to Save, If Later You Can’t Make Your Home or Chapter 13 Plan Payments? What will happen to your home?
How can a California Bankruptcy Attorney’s advice help you save your home. Find out the options that are available to protect your home.
Is the automatic stay the same in a Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy? The type of benefits that that the automatic stay offers depends on the bankruptcy you file.
Are you entitled to receive money from the mortgage fraud settlement. If your home was foreclosed on between 2008 and 2011 you may be entitled to some money.
Can you reverse a home foreclosure sale? If your home has been foreclosed is there any way to get your home back. Filing for bankruptcy may offer a solution.
Chapter 13 bankruptcy can help you remove an homeowners association lien from your home. You can remove an unsecured HOA lien from your home.