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We may be able to get rid of your 2nd mortgage and judgment liens during bankruptcy. To avoid or “strip” a 2nd mortgage on your property, you are going to need a Chapter 13 or a Chapter 11. You can’t remove a 2nd mortgage in a Chapter 7 case. However, if your problem is limited to judgment liens, Chapter 7 might be the ideal remedy for you. Chapter 13 can deal with removing a 2nd mortgage and judgment liens and we have written extensively on this topic. We have substantial experience with lien stripping in every type of bankruptcy case.