Foreclosure can be a confusing and complicated process for homeowners in Mississippi and across the country. Even if someone files bankruptcy, the bank might still be able to foreclose on a residence that was discharged,
Many people in Mississippi and elsewhere find themselves overwhelmed by mounting credit card and mortgage debt but view bankruptcy as an undesirable last resort. However, many advisers suggest that people who really are unable to
Bankruptcy can be devastating to a person's finances, credit rating and self-image. For homeowners, it can create an additional nightmare. A bankruptcy does not remove the lien from the property, just the liability. The lender
Bankruptcy Can Stop Foreclosures in Jackson, Ridgeland Mississippi Some Mississippi residents who face foreclosure on their homes and assets have considered a bankruptcy filing as a way to stave off the process and find more
Paying off large credit cards in Mississippi and around the country is often overwhelming, but when the consumer is elderly and surviving on a small monthly Social Security payment, it may be impossible. When other
Mississippi residents might be interested to learn that even historic properties worth a lot of money can go into foreclosure. That was the case recently with a famous plantation that fell into foreclosure and went up for
We serve clients throughout Mississippi including those in the following localities: Madison County including Canton, Madison, and Ridgeland; Forrest County including Hattiesburg and Petal; Warren County including Vicksburg; Lauderdale County including Meridian; Harrison County including Biloxi, Gulfport, Long Beach, Pass Christian, and Saucier; Hinds County including Clinton and Jackson; Jackson County including Moss Point, Ocean Springs, and Pascagoula; and Rankin County including Brandon, Florence, and Pearl.
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