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If you qualify, our Seattle bankruptcy attorneys may be able to wipe out or eliminate your second mortgage.
Chapter 13 bankruptcy can strip a second mortgage from your house where the value of your home is less than the balance of your first mortgage. There are several necessary steps need to be successful in eliminating a second mortgage and still keep your home, and the Seattle bankruptcy attorneys from our firm can help you get through the process:
- House appraisal: Get your house appraised from a certified residential home appraiser. This is more accurate than a tax assessment and hold up to greater scrutiny.
- File a adversary complaint against the second lien holder: This is essentially a law suit filed within your Chapter 13 bankruptcy case.
- Obtain a judgment of lien avoidance against the second lien holder: This can be done by default judgment or litigation, depending upon whether the second mortgage company answers the complaint.
- Complete a Chapter 13 plan: A second mortgage will only be striped, converted to general unsecured non-priority debt and then discharged once you complete your Chapter 13 plan with the help from the Seattle bankruptcy lawyers from our law firm.
Wipe out your second mortgage with a Washington State bankruptcy.
Our affordable Washington State bankruptcy attorneys can guide you through the process of possibly stripping a second mortgage on your home. Call now to speak with Seattle bankruptcy lawyers from our firm to learn more about how we can help you with our affordable low flat fees!
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Our bankruptcy attorneys in Seattle, WA can help you get your life back in control. We offer inexpensive low flat fees. Connect with our Seattle, WA bankruptcy lawyers for your free consultation today:
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