Has your Bankruptcy case been dismissed?
If so, when was your case dismissed?
I am still paying the bankrupcy court by payroll deduction but my mortgage company has placed my house under foreclosure.
You cannot refile while your current Chapter 13 is still in progress.
The rule is you can refile 180 days after the first Chapter 13 is dismissed.
How do I get my house out of foreclosure? Do I stop the process and start over?
Where has the money been going for the last 3 months.
Does your plan payment include your mortgage, or are you supposed to pay your mortgage outside the plan?
In most cases, a mortgage is supposed to be paid outside the plan.
I pay the mortgage outside of the plan.
Have you been paying the mortgage?
I pay the portion that was behind through bankruptcy. I fell behind in the payments because of a legal battle.
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