Neither of my questions were really answered.
1. Does the math support a lien avoidance with regard to the two judgement creditors?
2. The second judgement lien can be construed as 'fraud' and is therefore not dischargeaable. Can I ask that I get my homstead exemption before
the house equity goes to this creditor?
3. Do the judgement liens get paid in the order they were entered as liens on the property? Is it possible to get the first judgement lien off so that the remaining home equity preferentially goes to the nondischargeable second judgement lien? Is it possible to get the first judgement lien off so the remaining
To TJ;I recently found out that one of my defunct businesses, a Maryland S corp and PA, owes a bout 60k in 2012 taxes to the IRS. This will immediately become a personal liability becuase of the nature of the
corporation. I know that this debt is not dischargeable and its existence will seriously impede my "fresh start". Is it possible to ask that the IRS be paid out of the proceeds from the house before the two judgement liens?
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