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Question: I have a rental lot, rentor has filed for bankruptcy, $1031.00 in arrears today, debt is a monthly recurring charge. I want to get a release from Bankruptcy court so I can evict and get my lot back so I can rent it. I am a widow and this is my income.
Response: You would need to file a Motion for Relief from the Automatic Stay along with an Order for the Judge to sign. Unfortunately, this Motion is not one that you can easily download from the Internet. You would need a bankruptcy attorney to prepare and file this form for you or you may try one of the bankruptcy document preparers. I searched for a sample form online but I was not able to find and download one for you.
The sites below are good resources for finding bankruptcy attorneys in your area:
If you cannot afford an attorney, then the next best alternative will be to use bankruptcy petition preparer. Bankruptcy petition preparers prepare bankruptcy forms but they cannot give you legal advice because they are not attorneys. Click on the links below for some of the bankruptcy petition preparers.
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