Can I file bankruptcy on a lien on my home without losing my home?

Asked Feb 22, 2010
Edited Feb 22, 2010
No, and it depends if you have any equity in it. If you claim bankruptcy on your home it is the worst thing you can do. See if you have any equity in it and get a new mortgage on it.
Answered Feb 23, 2010
Probably you cannot file unless you will you lien on your home that's the worst thing you do.
Answered Nov 11, 2013
Find for Bankruptcy experts lawyer that would help you more in your situation.
Answered Aug 20, 2014
Yeah! if you want to keep your house and go bankrupt, then a registered property valuer may be needed to establish the value of your home, and that’s it. seek more advices from an experts consultant.
Answered Aug 26, 2014
yep , face it to save your house and ask the right person that can help your problem.
Answered Sep 30, 2014
To lessen financial problem the best thing you can do is to ask advices from an experts for the best solution.
Answered Sep 30, 2014
Yes, Its true .., ask the experts for the best advices.
Answered Oct 02, 2014
Ask experts advices and attorney guide for the best solution .
Answered Nov 29, 2014
Consult for an experts that would help you go bankrupt but still keeping your house.
Answered Dec 12, 2014
just colsult experts for your proper procedure and for you to be able to answer you problems.
Answered Dec 17, 2014
Most of the time, you will loose your home but there's always a way to avoid it, just seek for a good bankruptcy attorney.
Answered Dec 24, 2014
If this is a serious worry for you then the best way to get the solution is ask attorney advice.
Answered Jan 14, 2015
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Answered Mar 08, 2017

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