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Can I open a close Chapter 7 bankruptcy discharge in 2010 to reaffirm my mortgage for refinancing

1 Answers. Asked on Jul 07th, 2017 on Bankruptcy - California
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I need a reaffirmation document
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Answered on Jul 07th, 2017 at 4:41 PM

No, most courts will not allow this, nor is it necessary.  If your current bank doesn't want to refinance with you, find a different one that will.  This is gamesmanship by your bank so they can get a "performing loan" on their books.

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