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Your Debt in Bankruptcy: Secured and Unsecured

2017-01-20T00:06:02-05:00

Bankruptcy generally involves two types of debt - secured and unsecured. Let's start with secured debt. Debt that is secured generally means that you pledge an asset to assure the payment of the loan. The most common examples are car loans and mortgage loans. If you don't pay your car loan, the lender will repossess the car. If you don't pay your mortgage loan, the lender will foreclose and take the property back. There are other types [...]

Your Debt in Bankruptcy: Secured and Unsecured2017-01-20T00:06:02-05:00

Florida Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Mortgage Modification Program

2013-12-19T12:43:41-05:00

Chapter 13 bankruptcy filers in Florida have yet another way to press for mortgage modification. If you filed for Chapter 13 bankruptcy in Florida you may qualify if you: want to keep your home; cannot afford current mortgage payments; and can afford to pay 31% of net income to a modified mortgage. This new Mortgage Modification Mediation program gives you and your mortgage lender an opportunity to discuss whether modifying your mortgage loan is feasible. [...]

Florida Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Mortgage Modification Program2013-12-19T12:43:41-05:00