A credit card company sued me, got a judgment against me, and put a lien on my house. I can't sell the house without paying the lien amount before I get any money. Can bankruptcy help?

The short answer is "maybe". The longer answer is that under certain circumstances (too technical to cover here) you can "avoid" that judgment lien, making it go away for all time, in a Chapter 7 or 13 bankruptcy.

How can you find out whether that lien can be avoided? By consulting with an experienced bankruptcy attorney in your area, one who has avoided liens before. You'll also be discussing whether bankruptcy would work for you, apart from the lien on your house.

For a free consultation, click here or call 415-342-4666

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