Q: My bankruptcy lawyer passed away. He was helping me with a lien on my house that belongs to my ex.
My lawyer found out there was a lien on my house. This is from my ex's loan he has for solar panels. In our divorce he was awarded his loan and the panels. The divorce decree also said he had to remove the panels. He never did and quit paying his loan. The panels are turned off and locked by loan company. (I am disabled & have limited income. I can't afford to take my ex to court. I filed a "motion to redeem for $1". The judge awarded that the panels were abandoned. My lawyer wrote the loan company to either come and remove from my roof and fix my roof or sell to me for $1. I sent the $1 and judgement and never heard back from them. (this was in Jan 2020). My lawyer (Nels Hansen) passed in April. His office has closed and I don't know what to do. I called the County Clerk to ask if there was a form I could fill out. They said no, that my lawyer would have filled something out to give them to take the lien off of my house. Can anyone help me with this. Thank you so much. I
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