Matthew Scott Berkus
Matthew Scott Berkus, Bankruptcy Attorney - Denver, CO
Posted about 2 years ago.

Thank you Paula, it was a little late, I didn't quite read the question as a non-purchase money question.

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Asker
Posted about 2 years ago.

Am I able to make those particular allegations in my "Statement of Intention", or must I file a separate motion, or both. Are allegations of fact sufficient or must I show cause as well?

Matthew Scott Berkus
Matthew Scott Berkus, Bankruptcy Attorney - Denver, CO
Posted about 2 years ago.

Separate Motion called a 522(f) motion. Your court might have a standard form for it, but generally, courts don't provide a standard form for motions. Good luck.

Paula Brown Sinclair
Paula Brown Sinclair, Bankruptcy Attorney - Twin Falls, ID
Posted about 2 years ago.

I've never seen a pro se debtor successfully navigate this procedure. Maybe an experienced practitioner will provide limited services for this issue (if allowed by the local court-- ours would).

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Asker
Posted about 2 years ago.

I greatly appreciate all of your responses and comments.