Can liens on my home be put into a bankruptcy?
Question Details: I want to refinance my home but a quite a few liens on my home and have no way of paying them off. Can they be a part of a bankruptcy?
By "liens" you mean creditors filed against your home after receiving judgements? Yes, judgements can be listed in a bankruptcy petition and removed as leins against your home but I would speak with some one before you get in to this since your attempt to refinance may be thwarted by doing that. Good luck.
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