Can I Purchase a Home after filing Bankruptcy?

Can I Purchase a Home after filing Bankruptcy? The answer to this question, is the too frequent legal answer, “It Depends.” Credit scores a/k/a FICO scores and interest rates are in an inverse relationship, meaning, the higher the credit score, the lower the interest rate. Our credit scores are the lead factor in determining the […]

Stripping Unsecured Junior Liens

On or about January 17, 2012, Sadek Law Office filed an adversary proceeding against a major mortgage servicer for among other things, stripping a wholly unsecured junior mortgage lien. The subject real property at issue was valued less than the first mortgage amount of $180,000.00 thereby deeming the second mortgage lien as “wholly unsecured.” Through […]

Creditor Objections in Bankruptcy Filing

Many of the bankruptcy cases and referrals that Sadek Law Offices, LLC handles involves litigation ancillary to a bankruptcy filing.  The litigation is usually commenced by a bankruptcy creditor filing a motion for relief from the automatic stay imputed by virtue of section 362 of the Bankruptcy code. It is statutory law in Bankruptcy law […]