Condo fees that you incurred prior to the filing of your bankruptcy case are dischargeable. However, any fee that you incur after the filing date of the case will not be discharged.
As for the lien, you are able to strip off the lien to the extent that it impairs an exemption. It will be very important for you to record a homestead prior to the filing of your case. Also, it is likely that your attorney will charge an additional fee for removing the lien. It will be well worth it.
As for the taxes, those are not going away and you will have to pay them.
You should contact a local attorney who will be able to help you with the laws in your jurisdiction. If you need a referral try your local bar association or the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys (www.nacba.org).
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