Avon, IN asked in Bankruptcy, Consumer Law, Foreclosure and Real Estate Law for Indiana

Q: Did chapter 7 in 2009 been paying my house since over 8 years now I’m slow at work , they are doing a foreclosure while

Can u file again chapter 7 get rid of credit cards again and stop the foreclosure too save my house and then maybe sell it in a few years. But mostly I don’t want too loose my house and it’s going so quickly, is chapter 7 best way too save house or I also see so much talk online about it being since it’s not original lender and possibly get it discounted or and any other items I might be able too get from the mortgage company pushing me into this not taking my payments now they want the full amount and have sent me a Summons here, is chapter 7 best way too reverse before it’s sold too or through sheriffs sale or whatnot . Thanks .

1 Lawyer Answer

Timothy Denison

Answered
  • Bankruptcy Lawyer
  • Louisville, KY

A: You can file s Chapter 7 once every 8 years. Depending on your income, equity and financial situation, you may be able to do exactly what you propose.

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