We are pro-se and filed a Motion to Extend Stay for a foreclosure case:
1. Plaintiff mortgage holder failed to comply with RESPA Notice of Error.
2. We want to delay entrance into the mandatory Foreclosure Settlement Program.
answered on May 3, 2023
If you only have a Lease with Option to Purchase, then you do not own real property, only a contract right. That would be personal property which you could reaffirm or discharge. If you are the land owner, then that could easily be property of the BR Estate. If debt is in default, the... Read more »
Deceased left his home through his Will with a reverse mortgage that ended up going thru a foreclosure sale just recently, what can I do to keep my home & change the title into my name?
answered on Mar 29, 2023
The absence of a notary public’s signature does not necessarily invalidate a written instrument.
The purpose of having a notary public witness a party’s signature is to eliminate the necessity of further evidence proving who signed the instrument.
If the notary’s signature is... Read more »
Can I do that even if foreclosure proceedings have begun?
answered on Nov 16, 2018
Yes. Just request a reinstatement amount if you wish to catchup what you are behind or a payoff amount if you want to pay off the full amount.
answered on May 4, 2018
Yes, but the stay will only last the during the bankruptcy proceeding and the creditor may ask that the Court to terminate the stay. The judge in the bankruptcy case will make that determination based on the type of bankruptcy you filed and the circumstances involved. Usually, a judge will grant... Read more »
We are being service by lawyers for credit card debt, and other items we owe,
answered on Dec 28, 2017
A bankruptcy filing will pause the foreclosure, but will not solve the problem. I would not advise attempting the bankruptcy on your own, you will need a bankruptcy attorney for this.
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