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I am representing myself pro se in a Chapter 7 bankruptcy in

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I am representing myself pro se in a Chapter 7 bankruptcy in Maryland. My home is in foreclosure.. I am filing a motion to avoid lien to get rid of a judgement lien on my house so that that I can get my homestead exemption. Is the motion to avoid lien filed in US bankruptcy Court of the appropriate Maryland circuit court?

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the motion to remove the lien, has to be filed in bankruptcy court,

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since the bankruptcy was filed in Federal bankruptcy court,

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all motions have to be filed in bankruptcy court,

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to file a motion to avoid or cancel the lien under Section 522(f) of the Bankruptcy Code.

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you should need to review the case law and find a sample motion

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www.mdb.uscourts.gov/sites/default/files/images/opinions/hebert.pdf

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