Legal Advice for Mortgage Debt — 272 results
Written by attorney Shaye Larkin, 6 months ago.
. . The first question to ask when deciding which chapter under the bankruptcy code the person considering bankruptcy should file is: do they have a choice? If a Chapter 7 is over and done... more
Written by attorney Robert Kovacs, almost 5 years ago.
What you can do Debtors filing chapter 13 bankruptcies may be able to eliminate their obligation to repay their second mortgage and still retain their home. How it works In order for to... more
Written by attorney Kevin C. Johnson, about 2 years ago.
Yes, it is possible but only in a Chapter 13, under certain circumstances. First you have to qualify for a Chapter 13, which means you have some money to pay back to your creditors. If... more
Written by attorney Christopher Migliaccio, over 1 year ago.
By filing bankruptcy, a foreclosure may be delayed or stopped. Bankruptcy is not the best option for everyone facing credit problems, but if after reviewing the alternatives it seems like... more
Written by attorney Robert A. Wolle, 8 months ago.
Some creditors are secured. These creditors may have the right to take specific assets and resell them, if the loans are not paid on time. For instance, a lender may have... more
Written by attorney Timothy Kingcade, over 1 year ago.
Not all debts are able to be discharged under bankruptcy, and it's important to understand which debts you can impact and which you will still be responsible for after filing. While there... more
Written by attorney Juan E. Milanes, over 1 year ago.
Chapter 7 Bankruptcy is the most common way to get a fresh start. Chapter 7 stops foreclosures, lawsuits and garnishments, and it can keep you in your house for a couple more months. It... more
Written by attorney Ike Z Devji, over 2 years ago.
Asset Protection is increasingly broadening in what people want from it, its not just about litigation and must include an analysis of ALL risks to our clients wealth including those posed... more
Written by attorney Gary H. Baker, over 2 years ago.
Big News! The Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals has just released an opinion ruling that debtors in a Chapter 7 bankruptcycan "strip off" the lien of a second mortgage if the fair... more
Written by attorney Patricia Williams, about 2 years ago.
Many people file bankruptcy as a last-ditch effort to save their house from foreclosure. Georgia is one of the very few states which allows non-judicial foreclosure. This means the lender... more
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