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File an object to how much I actually owe a creditor

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I hire a bankruptcy attorney firm because I knew I really didn''t owe all the crediter said. The Attorney let me down and now I am re filing on my own. I have one 30 day stay. My 2nd mortgage is more than really to sell my house. I got a fix-it ticket. I got it fix exactly on the same day as I recieved it now I am being charged $3000.00. Next I owe 18,000.00 lien for windows this window installer committed fraud. I want to file an objection to his claim. I did not fight before now because I am a 100 % rated veteran who is ill. My health is the reason my ex left me after 26 years of marriage. How do I file an objection. Is there a ABC book in a local law libray. I have only 30 days which ends the 26 Jun 08
Submitted: 8 years ago.
Category: Bankruptcy Law
Expert:  WA Bankruptcy Lawyer replied 8 years ago.
If you are filing another 13, the stay may not end if the house is property of the estate.

Filingan objection is like filing a complaint. There are forms available on line but I have no idea where you are so it is impossible to even suggest a forms book. You might call the Chapter 13 Trustee's office and have them recommend something. You might look at Amjur or CJS in local library. I suggest that you to the local law library (probably at the courthouse) and look at Norton on Bankruptcy or Collier on Bankruptcy. is a legal site where you might be able to find some briefs and other documens that you could adopt to your situation.

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