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How long does it take from the time you get a foreclosure notice to the sheriff is kicking you out?

I know someone who like many americans is out of work and behind on their mortgage. They got a notice from Wachovia that they are starting the proceedings for foreclosure. If they don’t get a job and make money they will be forced to live with relatives however how long do they have? Some say a year or two. I thought it was only a matter of months before the bank sends the sheriff to kick you out. … Read entire article »

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How long after filing Chapter 7 Bankruptcy would we need to move?

My husband and I have decided to file Chapter 7. We have already contacted a bankruptcy attorney, but have not officially filed. We are going to surrender our house. It is worth less than what we owe on it. We are currently less than 1 month behind on our mortgage payment. How long after filing would we need to be out of the house? We don’t want to get notice and have to be out all of a sudden. By the way, we are filing in Illinois. Please…no responses about how bankruptcy is a bad thing. You don’t know our financial situation. Thank you. … Read entire article »

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How long does a foreclosure remain on your credit report?

I have a foreclosure from 2003 that continues to prevent me from re-financing my current mortgage. How long will it continue to haunt me? … Read entire article »

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How long does the foreclosure process take?

How much time to you have to leave the house, once in foreclosure or default? … Read entire article »

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How long is the foreclosure process if I have already modified my mortgage once?

I modified my mortgage a few months ago and still struggling. I owe $315 and it’s worth about $200. So, after thinking about it I am considering just letting it go into foreclosure. Since I have already been thru this process with them and re-negotiated my mortgage, is the foreclosure process quicker? Will they start the forclosure process after I have missed only one payment? How long do I have to try and save money and find somewhere to live? Has anyone been thru this? … Read entire article »

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I have just seen a bankruptcy attorney. For ch. 7 he quoted me at $1950.00. Is that a lot? Long Isl. NY?

I plan on getting second and third opinions, but has anyone been through this and how much did it cost? … Read entire article »

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How long does a typicaly foreclosure take?

My friends moms house is going into foreclosure cause his parents are getting divorced, it will start on july 1st, how long should a typical forclosure take? A few months? … Read entire article »

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How long does it take to collect insurance from a bankrupt company?

I was an employee for a company that went bankrupt a year ago. A few moths ago I was given the right to sue by the EEOC. Is there a chance that any insurance money is still left if I get relief from stay? … Read entire article »

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San Diego Bankruptcy Attorney: How long does bankruptcy take?

San Diego Bankruptcy Attorney Marc Duxbury answers the question, How long does bankruptcy take? www.countylawcenter.com 1901 Camino Vida Roble, Suite 114 Carlsbad, California 92008 (760) 814-1992 … Read entire article »

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Long Island Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Attorney

www.bankruptcyattorneyinnewyork.com 888-229-0413 If a person has assets that would be in danger during bankruptcy, they may be able to file for Chapter 13 bankruptcy with the help of a Long Island Bankrupcty Attorney. To determine your eligibility, speak with a Chapter 13 bankruptcy lawyer at Jacoby & Jacoby. … Read entire article »

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News Regarding the Status of Bankruptcy – Long Beach California Bankruptcy Attorney Laura Claveran

www.claveranlaw.com Long Beach, California bankruptcy attorney Laura Claveran talks about new information regarding bankruptcies filed in the United States. For example, recent studies indicate that that individuals who have a second mortgage are more likely to be “underwater” – that is, the property owner owes more money on their property than the property is worth. Those with second mortgages are more likely to face foreclosure on their properties. Watch the video now to learn how you can save your home by filing for a Chapter 13 bankruptcy. For more information about foreclosure law and filing bankruptcy in California, visit our educational website at http If you have questions, I want you to call me at (562) 494-2828. I welcome your call. Claveran Law Firm 5199 Pacific Coast Hwy., Suite 508 … Read entire article »

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