My question involves bankruptcy in the state of: TX
I filed for a CH. 13 in July of 03. This has since been discharged. My EX husband and I were buying a house which in the Chapter 13 was returned to the mortgage company. I received several letters during the Chapter 13 from the mortgage company reminding me the loan was in default. The bankruptcy was discharged in November 07, and a copy of my credit report about that same time shows that the house was not in arrears. I have been in contact with the mortgage company and local offices to try and remove my name from the property, to no avail. The attorney that represented me wants $200 to just open the file on the case because it is so old. Once again I am getting letters from the mortgage company, looks like they are sending them out daily both certified and non-certified, requesting repayment of the loan. I have not lived in the house in over 5 years, and from what I understand the house has been torn down.
I am newly married, no longer reside in TX, and do not want this to reflect on my current husbands record, nor do I want the IRS involved, which the letters from the mortgage company are saying.
What can I do to stop this, short of paying for something I volunteered to surrender during the bankruptcy hearing?