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I do have an order for it the property and real dollar amount in the decree... I do not have ANY income to pull it out of foreclosure myself (My name is XXXXX XXXXX the mortgage either). I accepted the house becuase it was suppose to be my investment (so I could survive without alimony, I would not have a morgage payment) I barely make enough to get by (less than 24,000) and because I took on the debt of the credit cards I dont even have my good credit standing...now he is thinking of filing for "BK".... will this excuse his obligation to me. His house is not in foreclosre! MINE is! What do I do... I can't afford to waste money seeking an attorney if I'm truly up a creek.
So, one more question.... sorry. How do I enforce the decree by going back to the court...what papers do I need? Thank you very very much!
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