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Missing Mortgage or Association Payments During Bankruptcy
Missing Mortgage or Association Payments During Bankruptcy

The filing of a Chapter 13 has an interesting effect. It consolidates and reorganizes all of your personal debt into one payment to the trustee each month. The analysis that goes into this deals with all of your expenses, income, assets, and debt to determine the payment. ...

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Blog posts in August, 2013

  • The Trustee's Motion to Dismiss

    When someone files for bankruptcy, their case is assigned to an interim trustee who handles the administering of the case from the onset to discharge. ...

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  • Income Median Levels & Bankruptcy

    One of the driving thrusts behind the 2005 Bankruptcy Reform laws (known as BAPCPA) was an effort to make it more "difficult" to file for Chapter 7 ...

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  • Eliminating a Second Mortgage in Bankruptcy

    In today's upside down real estate market, it is quite common for prospective debtors to seek bankruptcy help in an attempt to remove a second ...

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  • Saving a Home in Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

    For a home on the brink of or in active foreclosure, the options to the homeowner(s) may seem limited. They can try a loan modification to save the ...

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  • To Reaffirm or not to Reaffirm?

    When most debtors understand that you can keep your home in the Chapter 7 bankruptcy, they begin asking how. In Chapter 7, there are really two ...

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  • Student Loans & Bankruptcy

    You can call this the age of the student loan. In recent months, the total amount of outstanding student loan debt surpassed 1 Trillion dollars. ...

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  • Association Dues and Bankruptcy

    Often, when people purchase a home or condo, there is an association incorporated into the community where the new home is. This could be a ...

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