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Is there a way I can remove my elderly mother name from my mortgage and deed without refinancing?

My mother may need to be placed in a convelescent home. I was informed it would be best to take her name off of my mortgage I am the primary home owner. … Read entire article »

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I’m refinancing my mortgage, would like to remove my bro’s name from title . Is this a taxable event for him?

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can a spouse remove another spouse from the title upon refinancing a mortgage loan?

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What is the best way to remove someone’s name from a mortgage loan if they are the co borrower w/o refinancing?

My mother is the borrower and I am the co borrower. She has always made payments on the loan. It was better for the both of us to qualify. I am ready to move out and want to remove my name so that I can get something. I really dont her (my mother) to go through the process of refinancing the way things are now … Read entire article »

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Is refinancing the only way to remove a sibling from financial obligation on a mortgage?

I own a house with sibling, he wants to buy his own house and be removed from mortgage and title. … Read entire article »

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Can bankruptcy remove a lien on my home? – Ogden Bankruptcy Lawyers

Ogden Bankruptcy Attorney www.ogdenutahbankruptcylawyers.com orcall us at (801) 334-9537 for more information about filing bankruptcy in Ogden, UT In this video, Ogden bankruptcy attorney, Roy D. Cole discusses if bankruptcy will remove a lien on your home. Roy D Cole Attorney at Law 2564 Washington Blvd #101,Ogden, UT 84401 (801) 334-9537 http For more bankruptcy help, be sure to visit www.ogdenutahbankruptcylawyers.com www.utahbankruptcyfacts.com If you are having debt problems and you’re being harassed by your creditors, filing for bankruptcy may be the answer. Call us today for a free bankruptcy consultation. Our expertise comes from studying the letter of the law, of course, but also from real-world experience in bankruptcy cases. We know how the courts and the criminal justice system operate, and we know how to function within those worlds … Read entire article »

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How do I remove judgments myself without an attorney from the court house after filing bankruptcy?

How do I remove judgments myself without an attorney from the court house after filing bankruptcy? I filed bankruptcy after having surgery. The judgements are still on my court records. My attorney said he could remove them but it would cost $50.00 for each one. I cant afford to pay $50.00 for each one. What I was wondering is if I could do it myself? If I can, can someone please tell me how. Thank you … Read entire article »

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Can bankruptcy remove a lien on my home? – Brigham City Bankruptcy Lawyer

Brigham City Bankruptcy Attorney. Visit www.BankruptcyLawyersBrighamCityUtah.org or call us at (435) 565-4857 for more information about filing bankruptcy in Brigham City, UT. In this video, Brigham City Bankruptcy Lawyer Roy Cole discusses if bankruptcy can remove a lien on your home. … … Read entire article »

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How can you remove a foreclosure from your credit?

Can a foreclosure be removed from your credit after a year? How long does this stay on your credit report? … Read entire article »

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Is this a valid way to remove a bankruptcy from your credit report?

I have heard this is a good way to remove a BK. See below. Has anyone tried this? Unlike other negative information which stays on your credit report for 7 years, bankruptcy can be reported for up to 10 years. Bankruptcy courts keep cases active for a period of two years before placing them on microfiche. If your Chapter 7 bankruptcy has aged at least 27 months since the date of discharge, your in a great position to make it disappear forever, simply file disputes with the credit bureaus indicating that your bankruptcy was a Chapter 13 and not a Chapter 7. You need not provide any documentation to support your dispute, the burden of proof is on the government. Bankruptcy courts do not respond to requests for verification on cases … Read entire article »

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