From what you describe, you apparently are in Chapter 13, and once your bankruptcy plan is completed, the lender is likely to foreclose, because you will still be in arrears in your loan payments.
Given those circumstances, if you could get your brother to purchase your home and pay off your mortgage, then that could solve the mortgage problem, but only if your mortgage was made part of your Chapter 13, because otherwise, you would remain personally liable for the unpaid loan balance.
You could, however, convert your case to a Chapter 7
, sell the property to your brother, and then discharge all of your debts, including any unpaid mortgage balance. That would appear to solve all of your difficulties -- though, my caveat here is that I do not know your entire financial circumstances, so I may be missing something.
If your attorney intimidates you, then you may want to hire someone else. But, that will cost money, so before considering that move, you may want to get an office consult with your current lawyer and just sit down and ask him about having your brother buy the house and converting your Chapter 13 to a Chapter 7.
Hope this helps.
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