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Can you access equity in your home soon after your bankruptcy is discharged although the current equity is much more than what was listed on the bankruptcy?

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2005-09-24 21:42:04
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This is an issue that you need to discuss with a qualified attorney and no one else. If the equity in the home was erroneously reported deliberately on the bankruptcy schedule, there can be some very serious consequences. Bankruptcy fraud is a federal felony and each count of fraudulent information results in a five-year prison sentence.

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