Three Rivers Bankruptcy
The term "secured property" applies when you give a lender a lender a mortgage on your home or a lien on your property as collateral for a loan. The most common types or secured debts are home mortgages and car loans. Although the bankruptcy discharges your personal legal obligation to pay the debt the creditor can take back the collateral if you don't pay by asking permission from the court or waiting until your bankruptcy is closed.

For this reason, if you want to keep your property you need to catch up on your payments if delinquent and continue to make them. You and your creditor will also need to sign a written agreement to reaffirm your debt. The agreement is then filed with the court and you will be liable to pay this debts when the bankruptcy is over and you will be able to keep the property.
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