Hello. I hope so. Sleep is not good to me.
Yes she is on both loans.
so that might be the first angle to tell her I will take her back to court? and how does one take her back to court?
bankruptcy cleared a year ago
that is not what BOA says
they do not accept the BK and she has to sign the forms
CREDITOR'S NAMEAND MAILING ADDRESSINCLUDING ZIP CODE,AND ACCOUNT NUMBER(See instructions above.)Account No.Value $Account No.Value $Account No.Value $Account No.Value $Subtotal_____ continuation sheets attached (Total of this page)UNSECUREDPORTION, IFANYB6D (Official Form 6D) (12/07)State the name, mailing address, including zip code, and last four digits of any account number of all entities holding claims secured by property of the debtor as ofthe date of filing of the petition. The complete account number of any account the debtor has with the creditor is useful to the trustee and the creditor and may be providedif the debtor chooses to do so. List creditors holding all types of secured interests such as judgment liens, garnishments, statutory liens, mortgages, deeds of trust, andother security interests.List creditors in alphabetical order to the extent practicable. If a minor child is a creditor, the child's initials and the name and address of the child's parent orguardian, such as "A.B., a minor child, by John Doe, guardian." Do not disclose the child's name. See, 11 U.S.C. §112 and Fed. R. Bankr. P. 1007(m). If all securedcreditors will not fit on this page, use the continuation sheet provided.If any entity other than a spouse in a joint case may be jointly liable on a claim, place an "X" in the column labeled "Codebtor" ,include the entity on the appropriateschedule of creditors, and complete Schedule H - Codebtors. If a joint petition is filed, state whether the husband, wife, both of them, or the marital community may beliable on each claim by placing an "H", "W", "J", or "C" in the column labeled "Husband, Wife, Joint, or Community".If the claim is contingent, place an "X" in the column labeled "Contingent". If the claim is unliquidated, place an "X" in the column labeled "Unliquidated". If theclaim is disputed, place an "X" in the column labeled "Disputed". (You may need to place an "X" in more than one of these three columns.)Total the columns labeled "Amount of Claim Without Deducting Value of Collateral" and "Unsecured Portion, if Any" in the boxes labeled "Total(s)" on the lastsheet of the completed schedule. Report the total from the column labeled "Amount of Claim" also on the Summary of Schedules and, if the debtor is an individual withprimarily consumer debts, report the total from the column labeled "Unsecured Portion" on the Statistical Summary of Certain Liabilities and Related Data.Check this box if debtor has no creditors holding secured claims to report on this Schedule D.SCHEDULE D - CREDITORS HOLDING SECURED CLAIMSSoftware Copyright (c) 1996-2012 - CCH INCORPORATED - www.bestcase.com Best Case BankruptcyIn re ,DebtorXXXXXX XXXXXXXCase No.06/2003Mortgage1/2 interest in Real Estate at XXX XXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX single ranch stylehome three bedrooms two bathroomsBank of AmericaXX XXX XXXXXXDallas, TX 75265 X -132,030.00 88,412.00 0.0011/2006Home Equity Loan1/2 interest in Real Estate at XXX XXXX XXXXXXXXXX XXXXX XXsingle ranch stylehome three bedrooms two bathroomsBank of AmericaXX XXX XXXXXXDallas, TX 75265 X -132,030.00 66,788.00 23,170.00
that is from the BK I pulled
and I am so frustrated
and that would be how?
can I do it on my own
do I need a lawyer
sorry I am not too bright
been with buyer for 3 months and afraid to lose them so YES
Ok well not simple answer but maybe a solution to get over the roadblock
yea from your seat I am sure.
I know I need to just do it and stop being the nice person
I appreciate your time.
can you remove some of the personal info from the BK out??
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