Considering bank'y. Both of us are on disability and I own my mobile home. We live in Virginia.
1 Answer from Attorneys
So, yes, if you're considering a Chapter 7 bankruptcy (complete liquidation), you
may have to part with your mobile home which the law considers as mere
personal property (no different from a car).
To learn more, best to consult with an attorney in your area who
regularly handles bankruptcy matters.
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