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3 Answers | Asked in Bankruptcy and Foreclosure for Ohio on
Q: Can you get your home back if you included it in your bankruptcy and it’s going through court for foreclosure?

My circumstances have changed and I regret including my home in my bankruptcy. I didn’t know if there was any way to get an amended agreement, etc.

Seni Popat
Seni Popat answered on Sep 14, 2020

I am not sure what agreement you entered into. If you are referring to a modification, you can always try to refinance but once a modification is accepted, absent fraud or other defenses, the agreement is binding on the parties who signed it. Also, if you are in a chapter 13 repayment plan, you may... Read more »

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7 Answers | Asked in Bankruptcy for New York on
Q: What i need to apply for BankruptcyI am retired with 865 a month, less rent 309 and home phone 71 I count with 485

my credit debt is $39,116.06

no house owner and need to keep my 2004 jeep (about 3500 by kellys blue book)

where i could fin a lawyer for this???

Thank for your time

Seni Popat
Seni Popat answered on Sep 14, 2020

Based on your income and debt you may be able to file a chapter 7 bankruptcy. You can always call our office for help.

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5 Answers | Asked in Bankruptcy and Divorce for New York on
Q: If husband files for bankruptcy prior to divorce will that affect how much I end up with?
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Seni Popat answered on Sep 14, 2020

If he files for bankruptcy, it depends on what assets he has and whether they are exempt. What also matters if you are joint or the debt or not. Sometimes if it preferable to file the bankruptcy while you are still married for many reasons. You can always call us for advice. Thank you.

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5 Answers | Asked in Bankruptcy and Divorce for New York on
Q: Husband threatening to file bankruptcy so I end up with less money should I file for divorce before he files bankruptcy
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Seni Popat answered on Sep 14, 2020

It depends on what assets and income he has. He can also file even when the divorce filed so you want to carefully plan this. You can always call us.

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7 Answers | Asked in Bankruptcy and Divorce for New York on
Q: I’m a teacher and husband owns a business he’s threatening to file bankruptcy to not have to give me anything in divorce

Husband seems to do pretty well we live in a nice house multiple high end cars claims to have substantial debt including a million dollar loan he says that is backed by the house. Offered me a deal to buy him out of the house he wants the down payment he put down back plus about 100k of the equity... Read more »

Seni Popat
Seni Popat answered on Sep 14, 2020

A: If he files for bankruptcy, it depends on what assets he has and whether they are exempt. Sometimes if it preferable to file the bankruptcy while you are still married for many reasons. You can always call us for advice. Thank you.

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