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What does Chapter 13 bankruptcy involve?

In this video, Vincent O’Brien, Bankruptcy Attorney at O’Brien & Solomon, LLP tells you what a Chapter 13 bankruptcy involves.

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A Chapter 13 bankruptcy involves many things, but the basics are that you first have to complete a credit counseling course. You must file your petition. You must attend a 341(a) meeting. You must have your plan, your proposed payment confirmed by the court. You must make your monthly payments to the trustee, and you must take an approved financial management course.

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Which bankruptcy is right for me?

In this video, Vincent O’Brien, Bankruptcy Attorney at O’Brien & Solomon, LLP tells you how we will decide which bankruptcy is right for you.

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We will meet with you free of charge to review your situation. After we have obtained sufficient information about your income, your expenses, your assets and your debts we’ll make a recommendation regarding which bankruptcy you qualify and which is best for you.

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Should I participate in the Mortgage Modification Mediation program?

In this video, Alexandra Nikolaidis, Legal Assistant at O’Brien and Solomon, LLP suggests how the Mortgage Modification Mediation program might be for you.

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If you have been struggling to modify your home mortgage on your own, then this may be the program for you. Our attorneys will meet with you and discuss your situation and be able to provide a recommendation if this is the program that’s right for you.

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What happens at the Mortgage Modification Meditation conference?

In this video, Alexandra Nikolaidis, Legal Assistant at O’Brien and Solomon, LLP explains what happens at the Mortgage Modification Mediation conference.

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The MMM conference is a telephonic conference in which all parties attend and begin discussing all feasible solutions to reach an agreement.

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How does the Mortgage Modification Mediation program work?

In this video, Alexandra Nikolaidis, Legal Assistant at O’Brien and Solomon, LLP explains how the Mortgage Modification Mediation program works.

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To start the process, the debtor files a motion for referral to the MMM program and serves a copy on the lender within 90 days of filing the voluntary petition. After the order is entered, the parties begin communicating and uploading the required documentation on the portal.

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What are the fees for the Mortgage Modification Mediation program?

In this video, Alexandra Nikolaidis, Legal Assistant at O’Brien and Solomon, LLP tells you the costs for Mortgage Modification Mediation program.

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The attorney’s fees for the mortgage modification program are $2,500. The portal and software fees amount to $80 and the mediator fee is $300. We require that the $1,880 be paid prior to filing the motion for referral to the MMM program and the remaining $1,000 is due upon the scheduling of the mediation conference.

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What is the Mortgage Modification Mediation program?

In this video, Alexandra Nikolaidis, Legal Assistant at O’Brien and Solomon, LLP explains the Mortgage Modification Mediation program.

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The Mortgage Modification Mediation program is also known as the MMM program. It is designed for debtors who cannot afford their current monthly mortgage but have a steady income and are able to afford a modified mortgage payment.

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Does the IRS have to agree to my Chapter 13 plan?

In this video, Vincent O’Brien, Bankruptcy Attorney at O’Brien and Solomon, LLP tells you what happens if the IRS does not agree to your Chapter 13 plan.

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Like any other creditor, the IRS can object to your proposed Chapter 13 plan. Usually, however, any objections are easily resolved by filing an amended plan, and your plan will end up being confirmed.

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Does my spouse have to file bankruptcy with me?

In this video, Vincent O’Brien, Bankruptcy Attorney at O’Brien and Solomon, LLP tells you whether your spouse is required to file bankruptcy with you.

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No, your spouse does not have to file bankruptcy with you. However, if your spouse is a co-debtor on any debts, you might want to file a joint petition so that your spouse will not be liable for those debts.

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Do I have to list all my debts on my bankruptcy petition?

In this video, Alice Solomon, Bankruptcy Attorney at O’Brien and Solomon, LLP tells you whether all debts are required to be listed on your petition.

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Yes. You must list each and every one of your debts on your bankruptcy petition.

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