Filing for bankruptcy puts an automatic stay on all foreclosure proceedings. By contacting our attorney, you can potentially save your home. We work with both bankruptcy and non-bankruptcy methods to prevent home foreclosure.Act Quickly
Most people have success keeping their homes by filing for Chapter 13 bankruptcy. If you file before the foreclosure sale, we can use your repayment plan as a tool to help you catch up on your delinquent payments.
If you are unable to afford to keep your home, or if you cannot catch up on your backlog of mortgage payments, filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy will allow you the time to find another place to live instead of being turned out on the street. It will also allow you to walk away from your mortgage and payments in arrears without fear of the bank coming after you for the money owed.
There are other methods available besides bankruptcy to save your home. These include working with your lender to arrange a loan modification and challenging your foreclosure in the Mississippi courts to stop, stall or overturn the proceedings.
Foreclosure relief can be prior to, during or after the foreclosure sale, but you need to call our Jackson foreclosure defense lawyer as early as possible to save your home.
Call us at 601-500-5533 or send us an e-mail to learn more about our foreclosure defense services and how bankruptcy can prevent foreclosure on your home.