You may want to call our office and see if they can answer your questions, after they know all the facts. It depends on if you have a mortgage, if you are going to continue making the payments, how long ago you transferred the property. Once you answer a few questions, I am positive our firm can lead you in the right direction. We can also give you a free 15 minute consultation over the phone. We practice in bankruptcy and real estate among other areas of law. We will be speaking at a short sellers seminar this evening on the differences between Bankruptcy, Foreclosure, Short Sale, Deficiency Judgments, etc if you are available. If so, feel free to give me a call or email me.
Just like a doctor or mechanic, we have to run a few tests and ask you a few more questions. :) Have a pleasant day!
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Terri Robinson Team
Kung and Associates Law Firm
Law Office Number 382-0883
You really should contact a bankruptcy attorney who knows all the ins and outs of this type of situation. Even just 30 to 60 minutes spent with a lawyer will give you a more clear picture of what you can expect.
The Cascade Team
Simply Outrageous Service! Not Outrageous Commissions!
you should ask all these questions to your bankruptcy attorney, if you are completing bankruptcy pro se (without an attorney) you may try asking your trustee but may need to meet with an attorney to help you save you house.
good luck with workling things out
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