Paul K, Esq. : Hello, my name is XXXXX XXXXX I would love to assist you.
Paul K, Esq. : Under Massachusetts BK Rule 4001, you have 14 days from the date of the Motion to file your opposition.
Paul K, Esq. : This will allow you to put on the record why you think their Motion is incorrect.
Paul K, Esq. : You must be very detailed and demonstrate your reasoning and attach evidence. You must serve on the mortgage company's attorney and the court with electronic filing.
Paul K, Esq. : After that, the court will hold a hearing where you can testify and show your evidence again.
Paul K, Esq. : It sounds like you have your evidence in order, as in proof of payments, so that will help you. The mortgage company lists in the Motion what is wrong, so you can read it and it will say they think you are X amount dollars behind or X months behind, so you can refute it.
Paul K, Esq. : Just to take your question to the next level, lets say you lose at court (hopefully not) but just to give your worse case scenario, they do not automatically get your home that day, the mortgage company has to go back to the foreclosure court and will resume the foreclosure where they left off prior to filing the BK.
Paul K, Esq. : This should answer your question fully, but it you have further questions, just respond here and I will continue to answer until we have resolved it completely.
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Paul K, Esq. : Have a great week!!!!
We are caught up and have never missed any payments. We are paying the bankruptcy court their fee and have paid our mortgage on time. We keep copies of all the receipts and the checks. With this said, and we do prove everything is paid, can a bank just decide to continue forclosure even if we are paid up to date? If we do lose, how much time are we given to continue to fight this? Shouldnt my bankruptcy laywer be on top of this?
Paul K, Esq. : If you did, you could have anywhere from 2-3 months to a year depending on how far in the process the mortgae company was prior to the BK
Paul K, Esq. : So if the foreclosure was just started before you filed the BK, you will have alot of time, and vice versa
Paul K, Esq. : YES, your attorney should be on top of this
Paul K, Esq. : You may want to contact him/her to make sure an objection is filed within the 14 days
Paul K, Esq. : It could be a clerical error or misunderstanding, so the fact that you have receipts and checks is great.
Paul K, Esq. : You did a good job keeping them or having access to them and are way ahead of the game.
Paul K, Esq. : The 14 day time frame is crucial though, if you miss it, you will be out of luck, which would be unfortunate.
Paul K, Esq. : Any further questions?
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