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Can I Reopen My Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Case To Avoid A Judgment Lien Recorded Against My Property?
Can I Reopen My Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Case To Avoid A Judgment Lien Recorded Against My Property?

Imagine trying to refinance or sell your residence years after receiving a discharge in a bankruptcy case. To your surprise you are informed by your mortgage or real estate broker that a judgment lien was recorded by an old creditor against your residence. Worse yet, you ...

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    Imagine trying to refinance or sell your residence years after receiving a discharge in a bankruptcy case. To your surprise you are informed by your mortgage or real estate broker that a judgment lien ...

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