I found a lot with build to suit . . .I had them build the building but before they did it they required me to sign over my home a collateral
I made a payment of a little more than 10,000.00 before they started
I am not sure how it is written it has been five years. . .I will need to review it and have a lawyer review it because it has a lot of language I don't understand. The home is not mortgage free, there is still a mortgage on the home . .so I am not sure how that would work since the bank that I took the mortgage with would need to be paid ??!!
I made a mistake as a child care provider I accidentally left a child in the van never realizing he never got out. My center was closed and without that income I have nothing . . .I will lose the business while appealing the state decision
I thank You for your time an chatting with me on a Sunday. I appreciate your help an will pursue with a bankruptcy lawyer. Enjoy rest f your day
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