The bank is moving to foreclose on your home, and you’re anxiously looking for ways out of this mess.
You wonder whether filing for bankruptcy will stop the foreclosure.
It can—but it has consequences.
You need a full review of all the options available to you so you don’t make a decision you’ll later regret.
Your goal is to solve your current problems and protect your financial future.
Talk to a foreclosure defense lawyer from the Horenstein, Nicholson & Blumenthal law firm. We’ll help you determine whether filing for bankruptcy will stop your foreclosure.
These are hard choices. Our goal is to help you get back to living your life.
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When you’re up against a home foreclosure, you might hear about two major types of bankruptcy:
Chapter 7 bankruptcy can delay a home foreclosure but not stop it.
A potential benefit of Chapter 7 is that it can spare you from having to pay any portion of your mortgage that exceeds the sale value of your home.
Chapter 13 can stop a home foreclosure—but leave you with expensive payments and damage to your credit report.
You have to weigh your priorities. Is saving your home your top goal? Or could you be satisfied walking away and moving on?
You don’t have to figure it all out on your own. You can get the attorneys at HNB to look at your situation and give you an honest assessment of your choices. If needed, an HNB lawyer can refer you to a highly qualified bankruptcy attorney.
HNB doesn’t represent mortgage companies, banks, insurance companies, or any other companies. We serve individual people in Ohio.
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An HNB attorney can help you understand how filing for bankruptcy affects your home foreclosure.