Using a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Plan To Keep Your Home and Investment Properties For Much Less Than You Owe

Most consumers are familiar with a simple Chapter 7 bankruptcy in which all of the debtor’s assets are liquidated and all unsecured debt, such as credit cards and medical bills are wiped out.

Bankruptcy Law Changes Make it Easier to Wipe Out Second Mortgages and Lines of Credit Against Your Home

Until recently, the only way a homeowner could wipe out a second mortgage or line of credit on his/her home was through the use of a Chapter 13 bankruptcy petition and plan that may require monthly payments for as long as sixty (60) months.

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