Stop foreclosure Mt. Clemens with expert bankruptcy services!
No one wants to think about losing their home. If you were to file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you’ll be able to pause your foreclosure proceedings. Contact Detroit Bankruptcy Law’s experts to find out how you can stop foreclosure!
An automatic stay is begun as soon as you file for bankruptcy to stop foreclosure. Even with an eviction notice, you’ll still be able to stay in your home. If there is a chance that your home will be foreclosed on, let Detroit Bankruptcy Law and Rita Kostopoulos Law Firm help you out.
The moment you step into our office, an expert attorney Mt. Clemens will help you with you case and figure out how to resolve your debt. We don’t want you to deal with the chance of losing you home, we’ll create a strategy just for you. Stop foreclosure proceedings before they move along, contact Detroit Bankruptcy Law now.
Can bankruptcy stop foreclosure and protect my home?
Your property will be foreclosed on and sold at a sheriff’s auction once you’ve missed enough mortgage payments. Although it won’t happen after your first missed payment, it can sneak up on you. Protect your property with one of our expert lawyers and file for bankruptcy.
Foreclosure proceedings are halted right away with bankruptcy Chapter 7 or Chapter 13. Bankruptcy begins and automatic stay which allows you to stay in your home. So yes, bankruptcy Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 can stop your foreclosure!
If your home has yet to be sold at a sheriff’s auction, bankruptcy can postpone the sale. Depending on which chapter of bankruptcy you file for, it will affect your foreclosure. This is what you need an experienced attorney for.
There’s a chance that you may have other options besides bankruptcy, such as a deed in lieu of foreclosure or a loan modification. We’ll help you to find the best option based on your case. Bankruptcy will help you stop foreclosure, but there could be other options, too.
Expert advice and representation for bankruptcy Mt. Clemens
We have been able to assist over 10,000 people in filing for bankruptcy. We can use our knowledge of the laws of bankruptcy to make a strategy for you. If you have received an eviction notice, need to stop property tax foreclosure, or are facing home foreclosure, we can help you right away. Let our experts at Detroit Bankruptcy Law make a meaningful difference in your case.