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they are foreclosing on it to begin with thats why im doing ch 13 and i don't want it
i do not qualify for ch 7
when i file a ch 13 can i just list unsecured debt and a land lot foreclosure
and surrender it making it unsecured because the secured debt keeps
getting paid anyway or does it make a difference. Also can i put a stop on
a retirement payment so it doesn't become part of the payment pool.
the lot was foreclosed today am finding a ch 13 attorney tomorrow. i
receive several retirement checks. so i wondered if i could stop one and then not use it for the payment in the 13 schedule
could i do the ch 13 without including my wife we have separate ch accts.
would a pension and social security monies be used as payment in ch 13 a payment schedule
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