If you are worried about losing your house to the mortgage company or bank, there are some things you need to know about bankruptcy and payment plans. Despite what the credit industry wants you to believe, the new bankruptcy laws allow you to keep your house and other property after you file bankruptcy to eliminate or greatly reduce your debt burden.
“If you’re threatened with foreclosure, you can take action to stop it. I can help guide you through the process and explain how to save your home from foreclosure by using the bankruptcy code.”
If you are concerned about stopping home foreclosure, contact the law office of Robert B. Jacquard, Esq., to schedule a free consultation. You’ll walk in worried and you’ll walk out feeling a lot better about the prospects of a new life without debt.
Visit these pages to find out more about stopping home foreclosure:
- Filing for Chapter 13 debt relief payment plan
- Filing Chapter 7 bankruptcy
- Exempting your mortgage payment
- Rebuilding your credit
- Life after bankruptcy