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- Q. Filling out bankruptcy form 106E/F
- A: I usually list both, but put the debt under the original creditor.
- Q. I was granted bankruptcy chapter 7 in 2010. I continued to pay on my mobile home loan until May 2019.
- A: Hi there! There are a few things of importance with your question. 1. Do you want to keep the mobile home? If yes, then you do have to pay the debt. 2. Did you reaffirm the debt in your bankruptcy? If yes, then you are obligated to pay the debt despite your bankruptcy in 2010. If you did not reaffirm and you do not want to keep the mobile home, then no, you do not have to pay the remaining debt as it was discharged in your bankruptcy. I hope this helps. **This answer does not create an attorney-client relationship of any kind.**
- Q. If you're in bankruptcy, can a court where you live harass you for payment of property taxes?
- A: No, creditors are not supposed to try any collections actions while the automatic stay is in effect. Be aware, however, that if you are keeping the real property subject to the property taxes you speak of, you do need to get those taxes current at some point in order to keep said real property. Also, if you are in a Chapter 13, the property taxes should file a claim so they get paid through the Chapter 13 Plan, so tell them you filed bankruptcy and give them your case number.
- Q. ucc lien on house that I need to sell.
- A: I agree with Timothy Denison below; hire an attorney to file a Motion to Reopen the Case, then a Motion to Avoid the Lien. Find a local attorney who has handled these before, as each Court is a little different on procedure, etc. Best of Luck to you.
- Q. For Ohio (Dayton, Cincinnati areas). Me ex-wife filed chapter 7 bankruptcy.
- A: No, there is no harm in her listing you, it should not "hurt" you in any way, so I don't believe you have any cause of action or injury because of this. She filed on her debts, so it won;t affect you unless she owed you money. If that is the case, seek counsel to try and recoup the money she owes you. Bet of luck to you.
- Q. Can I add the creditor (who bought my debt) to my Bankruptcy Chapter 7 if they've filed a lawsuit against me?
- A: Absolutely, and you should list all your creditors on the proper Schedules. Error on the side of listing too many than too little; add the lawyers for the creditor, the creditor, the collections place for the creditor, etc.
- Q. Is it ever possible to take out a mortgage if you've already filed for a bankruptcy?
- A: I agree with the answer above; and just wanted to add that some banks have programs for veterans that allow financing after bankruptcy within two years of your bankruptcy filing.
- Q. I paid a paralegal to paperwork for my bankruptcy and she has not done it. Do I have a criminal and civil suit
- A: You would have a civil lawsuit you could file; to try and recover your money. Best of luck to you.
- Q. I have two credit cards. Do I have to list them both and lose them? Or can I keep one of them?
- A: For the most part, a bankruptcy is an "all or nothing" proposition, meaning you have to give up all your credit cards and unsecured debts in exchange for the debts being wiped out.