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Stop foreclosure Hazel Park with expert bankruptcy services!

The chance of losing your home is a crushing thing to deal with, but you can stop foreclosure from taking your home. Filing for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy will pause your foreclosure proceedings. Give Detroit Bankruptcy Law a call for more information on how to stop foreclosure using bankruptcy.

Once you have filed for bankruptcy, it will immediately put an automatic stay into place, stopping foreclosure proceedings and keeping you in your home no matter what, even if there’s been an eviction notice already. Don’t leave your home’s safety up to chance, let Rita Kostopoulos Law and Detroit Bankruptcy help you today.

Our best Hazel Park bankruptcy lawyers will start working on your case right away. No one deserves to fight foreclosure alone; Detroit Bankruptcy Law wants to be on your side.

Can bankruptcy stop foreclosure and protect my home?

Foreclosure doesn’t happen after the first missed mortgage payment, but once you miss enough your home will be repossessed and sold at a sheriff’s auction. With our experienced lawyers on your side, we can help you file for bankruptcy and stop foreclosure.

To put an immediate halt to foreclosure, either Chapter 7 bankruptcy or Chapter 13 bankruptcy can make this happen. With the automatic stay that they activate, foreclosure proceedings are put on pause.

Once your home is foreclosed on, if it hasn’t been sold yet at the sheriff’s auction, then you can still keep the sale from happening with bankruptcy. The specific chapter of bankruptcy you choose will have implications for our foreclosure proceedings, so it’s wise to have experienced attorneys to help guide you through the process.

Bankruptcy is not the end-all, be-all option to stop foreclosure proceedings in every situation. You may be able to use other debt-relief options such as loan modifications or a deed in lieu of foreclosure. We can break down each course of action to help you decide what is right for you. Bankruptcy will pause foreclosure proceedings immediately, but that doesn’t mean it’s the best option for your future.

Expert advice and representation for bankruptcy Hazel Park

Over the history of Detroit Bankruptcy Law, we have helped over 10,000 different clients with bankruptcy filing. Given our depth of experience, we have built up the necessary knowledge to handle any bankruptcy case you may have for us. If you’re looking to put an end to property tax foreclosure, standard foreclosure, or have received an eviction notice, then our team can help you get the best result possible through bankruptcy. Give us a call today so we can get started on helping you take back your financial freedom!