1. can they send me this by email?
2. how do i respond...what should the context be?
A: You may have no grounds to respond, if (11 USC §522(f)(2)(A)) "the sum of (i) the lien; (ii) all other liens on the property; and (iii) the amount of the exemption that the debtor could claim if there were no liens on the property; exceeds the value that the debtor's interest in the property would have in the absence of any liens."
If true, then the debtor will be able to avoid the lien. Otherwise, you would explain that the there is value in the property that isavailable to pay your lien, and the lien should remain in force to that extent.
3. who i send a copy to...her attorney, bankruptcy court and trustee?
A: Original to court, copies to opposing counsel and trustee.
Hope this helps.
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