Hello and thank you for allowing me the opportunity to assist you.
You are correct that you should file a Motion to Lift the Automatic Stay. You do not need to file anything else because you already have what you need, which is the writ of possession. All you need is for the bankruptcy court
to lift the automatic stay, and then you can proceed to execute on the writ of possession.
As for what to provide in order to support your Motion, I would provide the proof that you purchased the property (i.e., attach as exhibits), I would allege that you are not being paid rent
and that your property is not adequately protected, I would point out that the bankruptcy filing was done solely to stay in the house and that it should be considered an abuse of the bankruptcy process (and I would point out the husbands many filings). The Motion does not need to be long. Based on what you wrote, I don't think that there is any doubt that the judge will grant your Motion.
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