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  • What is lien stripping?
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      Firm Name: Bankruptcy and Estate Planning Pros
      Duration: 01:35
      Date: 2019-08-13
      When you purchase a home, you agree to give back the property if you fail to make payments. That creates a lien that secures the debt, enabling the lender to collect by foreclosing on the house and selling it. A Chapter 13 bankruptcy might help you eliminate liens and eventually discharge that debt. If lien stripping seems to make sense for your situation, a local bankruptcy attorney can explain the process in greater detail.
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