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I understand that someone in your situation does not want to include the mortgage in the bankruptcy. Correct me if I am wrong.
Within that process, is it possible for me to continue to pay on my house?
Yes, it is. Unless the creditor is specifically included in the bankruptcy, they are not affected by it (with the exception of not being able to collect on past due bills for a bit). One then wants to ensure that the lender is not included in the bankruptcy.
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