We receive phone calls each day asking, “Will filing for bankruptcy save my house?” Unfortunately, this is not a question we can easily answer with a five-minute telephone conversation. While we do our best to provide a detailed answer to each of your bankruptcy questions quickly and efficiently (we know your time is valuable), there are some advantages to having you come into the office to meet with our experienced bankruptcy attorneys.
That is why Travis J. Richards offers free bankruptcy consultations to each potential client. It is his goal to provide personalized representation to each of his clients. To do this, he must get to know more about his clients and their financial situation before offering bankruptcy advice. Mr. Richards wants to ensure that the advice he gives you is the best alternative for your debt problems. Therefore, when you have questions like will I lose my home if I file bankruptcy, Mr. Richards may say, “No, most debts keep their homes after filing bankruptcy; however, I really need to sit down with you to make sure that you are in the majority.” The best part of that meeting is that should your home be in danger, Mr. Richards can work with you to find a way to save it.
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How Does Filing Bankruptcy Save My Home?
The first thing that the bankruptcy filing will do is stop foreclosure sales and stop foreclosure actions. The automatic stay provisions of the U. S. Bankruptcy Code prevent creditors from continuing any legal actions, including selling your home, once the bankruptcy case is filed. The creditor would need to petition the bankruptcy court for special relief in order to continue with a foreclosure sale or a foreclosure lawsuit.
If you are behind in your house payments and you want to keep your home, you would then look at filing a Chapter 13 bankruptcy case. In a Chapter 13 case, you would be able to catch up the past due mortgage payments through your monthly trustee payments and you would resume making regular house payments as if you were not behind. At the end of your bankruptcy plan, the past due amount would be paid in full to your mortgage company and you would no longer be behind on your house payments and facing foreclosure. Of course, you must make all of your normal house payments on time during the Chapter 13 plan.
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You can eliminate your debts and, in most cases, keep your home so that you and your family can have a better life. We understand that you may be afraid of losing assets if you file bankruptcy. However, we can explain why you can keep your property and still find relief from your debts.
Travis J. Richards and his staff are here to assist you with your financial problems. We focus our services on bankruptcy, debt consolidation and credit repair. We offer free bankruptcy consultations during normal business hours as well as on weekends and after-hours.
Call our office at 609-267-5297 or use our convenient online contact form to schedule an appointment with an experienced Mounty Holly bankruptcy attorney today.
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