Timothy Denison's answer You need to have the title on your house examined. If there are no liens, you can file it free and clear. If there are liens, you can sell it but the liens would be paid first.
Timothy Denison's answer You should list that claim as an asset of you estate and let your trustee pursue your ex husband. If he got a loan mod without your signature, he may have signed your name which is a crime.
Cristina M. Lipan's answer The child support payments are probably debts that he listed on his bankruptcy schedules, and everyone listed on the schedules received notice. I assume this is the notice you're referring to, but I can't know for sure unless I look at the document you're referring to. If this is the case, there's nothing you need to do. Child support is not dischargeable in bankruptcy, so he will still owe this money, even after his bankruptcy is closed.
David Earl Phillips' answer I have never heard of the bankruptcy court or trustee installing tracking devices on vehicles. You could have issues with creditors who have a lien on the car. Talk with a bankruptcy lawyer near you and they can get more information from you necessary to answer your question. Hope it works out. Good luck!
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