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yes I'm the debtor - my dilema is I want to withdraw. 1st because I've caused a major damage to my sister property because she had listed us on the deed to her home. with my own personal problems and debts I decided to file i stated my home property and etc. after i submittd I didnt remember about sister's home. NOw my situation is that It will look as if im hiding asset which this property isn't mine nor my other sister listed. I inquired with another atty but he said it would be to late, that I had to amend to disclose property. Also it would be seized. this is a nightmare my sister is inferieted with me. I need help
How many properties can a person own and be protected from creditors?
can a property exemption be updated to 150,000.00?
If I have a business and I'm being sued for a debt in 2008 can I apply that to my Individual bankruptcy that I owe. Would this be questionable to the trustee?
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