Removing liens via personal bankruptcy is a complicated and nuanced process that is best considered under the advisement of an attorney. Certain liens may be removed via bankruptcy but even then, statutory conditions must be met. In order to petition the court to remove a lien, your attorney will file a special motion. If the court grants the request, a court order will be issued to remove the lien.
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