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Converting Your Bankruptcy: Chapter 13 to a Chapter 7?

Talking to a bankruptcy attorney is imperative when considering converting a Chapter 13 to a Chapter 7. There are many different issues you need to be aware of before you make this decision. If you are in a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy there is a possibility that converting to a Chapter 7 could be beneficial. Many states …

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The Bankruptcy Process: Chapter 13, Foreclosure & Chapter 7

There are several things you must consider before walking away from your home after filing Chapter 13. In a Chapter 13, your mortgage payments are rolled back into the loan, making the mortgage current. This is called a loan modification – eliminating any past due payments. The bankruptcy trustee assigned receives payment from the individual …

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Southern California Bankruptcy: How Exactly Does this Work?

Filing bankruptcy is intended as a protection for consumers from overwhelming debt. It seems simple at the outset, but it’s like having a house built. If you’ve never done it before, it seems like a simple concept. You look at them and then decide which one you like best and hire the builder to complete …

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Bankruptcy and Property: Allowing a Home Included in a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy to Foreclose

If you filed for Chapter 13 bankruptcy, included your home, successfully completed a few years of the agreed upon repayment plan, but now find yourself unable to make your modified loan payment, can you walk away from the home? Can a lender foreclose on a home included in a Chapter 13 bankruptcy repayment plan? The …

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Chapter 13: Can We Walk Away from the House, but Keep Our Two Vehicles?

Sometimes, even with the most thorough contemplations beforehand, we change our minds after a decision has been made. It can happen to anyone. Sometimes we change our minds about what to have for lunch and sometimes we change our minds about something pretty big and important – like which personal property to hold onto after …

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