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Stop foreclosure Redford with expert bankruptcy services!

It’s never easy to deal with the chance of losing your home, but you don’t have to let foreclosure take it away from you. With Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy Redford, you can immediately stop foreclosure. Ask Detroit Bankruptcy Law how to stop foreclosure with bankruptcy.

When you file for bankruptcy, the first thing that happens is that an automatic stay is activated. This automatic stay overrides an eviction notice, meaning you can stay in your home for the full time your bankruptcy period lasts. If you don’t want your home taken from you, get in touch with Rita Kostopoulos Law and Detroit Bankruptcy Law today for help

We’ll get our team of the best Redford bankruptcy attorneys on your case immediately. You shouldn’t have to fight against foreclosure on your own, that’s why we’re here to help.

Can bankruptcy stop foreclosure and protect my home?

Yes, it can. While foreclosure isn’t initiated right after your first missed mortgage payment, it doesn’t take many more before your home is repossessed to be sold at a sheriff’s auction. We have the expertise to help you stop foreclosure through bankruptcy.

If you want to pause foreclosure right away, both Chapter 7 bankruptcy and Chapter 13 bankruptcy can do this. Bankruptcy activates and automatic stay which immediately pauses foreclosure proceedings.

If your home has been repossessed but it hasn’t yet been auctioned off, there is still time to stop the sale. Bankruptcy can do this. However, different chapters of bankruptcy will make these proceedings do differently, so you need a lawyer who knows exactly what they’re doing.

While bankruptcy is a good choice in this situation, it isn’t always the only option. There are other debt relief options, like a deed in lieu of foreclosure or a loan modification, which can help as well. Let us analyze your situation so that we can counsel you on which course of action will get you the best possible result. While bankruptcy does immediately stop foreclosure, it isn’t always the option the ends with the best possible result for everyone.

Expert advice and representation for bankruptcy Redford

Since our founding, Detroit Bankruptcy Law has proudly helped more than 10,000 Metro Detroiters file for bankruptcy. With our wide range of experience and expertise, we know exactly how to proceed through every bankruptcy case there is. Do you want to stop standard foreclosure, property foreclosure, or have you received an eviction notice? If so, then we can help you use bankruptcy to protect your home and get back into good financial standing. Contact us now so that we can get to work on your case and help you save your home!