CAN I STOP FORECLOSURE?
Stopping Foreclosure Through Bankruptcy
The real estate market, job loss and the general economy have made millions of Americans subject to the dangers of foreclosure. While many foreclosure actions taken by banks have been unfounded, many other individuals and families are simply unable to keep up with their mortgage payments. If you are facing foreclosure, it is important to have a clear understanding of your rights and options. I am Allen R. Schwartz, Attorney at Law, a Fort Collins, Colorado, attorney dedicated to helping my clients achieve debt relief and protect their homes from foreclosure.
Immediately when you file Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, creditors are no longer able to pursue legal action to collect debts. Filing bankruptcy will immediately stop any foreclosure actions, giving you the time and other opportunities to protect your home. As your attorney, I will take the time to review your assets, debts and income, explore your options, and help you prevent foreclosure.
Has your home gone into foreclosure? Are you receiving threatening phone calls? Are you wondering how you can stop the foreclosure? Before making any decisions, make sure you have the information you need to protect your rights and interests.
Bankruptcy is an immediate and legal way to stop foreclosure actions.
Creditors are receptive to debt settlement and may accept a lower offer.
Chapter 13 gives you the opportunity for lien stripping (the removal of second or third mortgages).
Chapter 13 will stop creditor action and give you an opportunity for loan modification.
Navigating a Complex Area of Law
Real estate, foreclosure and bankruptcy are all very complex areas of law. It is important to consult with an attorney to prevent waiving any rights and claims. You will also want to have a clear understanding of your obligations before signing a settlement agreement or filing bankruptcy. I will aggressively advocate for your best interests and work toward the best possible outcome for your financial future.
For an initial consultation and to learn more about your rights, please call 970 493 0456 or contact me by e-mail. I am happy to take the time to review your rights and the legal options available to you. With my experience as a Fort Collins debt settlement lawyer, I am prepared to handle all aspects of your case.
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