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Our lawer tells us that if she adds arrears and late fees to the plan. The trustee must makes the mortgage payment though the plan.
If The plan can be wrote up with us making the payment and is turn down. I was told the trustee would charge $300.00 a month for making the mortgage payment. Is this a ball park figure.
(f) Administration of Debts. The trustee shall administer all debts except the following: (1) Ongoing real property mortgage payments, provided, however, the Court may order that such payments be made through the plan if, at the time of filing the petition, the debtor had any arrearages related to the mortgage; (2) An ongoing lease payment
BAD NEWS ? NOT SURE IF arrears, late fees, GO THOURGH TRUSTEE
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