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I'm sorry to say that it does not look good for you. Simply put, in order to keep your house, you must pay the mortgage. Even a bankruptcy cannot stop a foreclosure if the mortgage and arrears are not paid through the plan. In fact, a failure to pay into the plan will not only result in the lender filing a motion to lift the stay (which will almost certainly be granted), but it will also likely result in the trustee
filing a motion to dismiss your bankruptcy. However, you can convert your Chapter 13 into a Chapter 7
. Unfortunately, while that will help discharge your debts, it will not help you keep your house. The only option that I see at this point is to work out a deal with the lender if possible.
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