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    My husband left me. Im currently iin the home we purchased together . However i have discoved he is filing Bankrupcy to get out from the mortgage payment and second. since we refienced several years back I am not longer on the loan. however i am ion Title. I have not been made aware of any of his bankruptcy case information , nor do i know who his attoney is. WQat can I do to postpose or stop until they are made aware of the fact thatI feel after 28years of marraige I should have some rights in this mater of house. considering we bought together and I contributed to the paymehnts up untill the last year since I have been unemployed do the Medical issues.


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    You can find out information on the bankruptcy by going to the US Bankruptcy Clerk's office in the district where it was filed and looking at a copy of the case. It would be less confusing if you would go to a bankruptcy attorney yourself. Most of them have free consultations. A Bankruptcy attorney could look the case up on line and answer any questions you have about it. The bankruptcy your husband filed would delay any pending forclosure that may be in process. If you want to stay in your long term options are to 1) refinance the house yourself; 2) see that the existing mortgage payments are caught up and maintained, (perhaps through your own chapter 13 bankruptcy); or try ti get a divorce decree which orders him to continue making house payments. (which he may not have the ability to do).
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