Home Foreclosure Help. Bankruptcy's Designed to Stop Foreclosure
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Home Foreclosure Help

Home Foreclosure Help

For too many people, getting behind on mortgage payments means slipping into foreclosure. But not everyone has to lose their house!

While you could always try to negotiate with your bank (which could wind up taking too long or not working out), if your home is threatened, you'll likely want to take decisive action. Bankruptcy could be a real way to keep your home.

The moment you file bankruptcy, all collections (including foreclosure) must stop.

See if filing for Chapter 13 protection could help save your home. Talk to a lawyer today:

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Many Face Foreclosure. Many File for Bankruptcy Protection.

There are many reasons people end up in foreclosure, including:

  • Mortgage interest rate hike
  • Loss of job
  • Personal injury or disease that led to lost work time and medical bills
  • Other debt priorities

Regardless of the circumstances, it’s important to know that you don’t have to lose your house. There are steps you can take today to protect your home and keep it in your hands.

Take action to protect your home today

To learn more about how bankruptcy may stop foreclosure, connect with a local bankruptcy lawyer right away. Your bankruptcy lawyer can explain, in detail, how bankruptcy works, answer any questions, and help you get the protection you need.

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