Posts Tagged ‘Chapter 7’

“Stripping” a Mortgage From Your House – Chapter 7

One of the most important benefits of filing under Chapter 13 is the possibility of, “stripping,” or removing a mortgage from your residential property.  As a crash course in bankruptcy law, all of the following must be true if you want to, “strip,” a mortgage: (1) you

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Will The Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Trustee Take My Car?

A common misconception in bankruptcy is that you must give up everything you own. If you are filing under Chapter 7, the Trustee’s narrow focus is the amount of equity you have in your property. Equity is the difference between the amount you owe and the value

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Georgia’s Means Test Median Income Threshold Changing on November 1, 2009

To qualify to file under Chapter 7 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code, your household’s income must be under Georgia’s median income threshold on the Means Test. Here are the median income thresholds in Georgia until October 31, 2009: Household size of 1 – $40,760 Household size of 2

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