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Stopping Foreclosure with Bankruptcy

June 15, 2017 | Posted in Foreclosure

If you have been unable to keep up with your home mortgage payments your lender may issue you a notice of foreclosure. You might want to consider filing a petition for bankruptcy. This will allow you to deal with your debt and still be able to keep the house. Stopping foreclosure with bankruptcy under chapter 13 […]

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Can Refinancing Prevent Foreclosure?

December 21, 2016 | Posted in Foreclosure

For homeowners struggling with their finances or worried they may soon be at risk of foreclosure, the options can be overwhelming. While no one wants to lose their home to foreclosure, not all mortgage debt options are beneficial. For some, refinancing their mortgage loan could lower a payment enough to take the pressure off monthly […]

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Filing for Bankruptcy To Prevent Foreclosure

December 15, 2016 | Posted in Foreclosure

Although you don’t hear the word “foreclosure” at the rate you did a few years back when the housing bubble popped, it is still a very real problem for many Americans. Imagine losing your home after years of payments due to unforeseen circumstances like divorce, job loss, or the suffering of a medical problem. Filing […]

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Will Chapter 7 Stop A Deficiency Judgement Against Me?

August 31, 2016 | Posted in Foreclosure

Many times when a person or family is unable to continue paying their mortgage for any number of reasons including sudden or unexpected unemployment or disability/injury, the lender will choose to initiate foreclosure proceedings against the home. This means that the lender will be able to repossess and sell the home to recover the remaining […]

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Will Bankruptcy Stop Foreclosure on My Home?

February 12, 2015 | Posted in Foreclosure

In most cases it is a shortage of income that leads an individual into bankruptcy, simple because their debt outweighs the money they are bringing in. The majority of people going bankrupt are not doing so simply because they don’t want to pay their debts, it’s a matter of them not being able to. As […]

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How Filing for Bankruptcy Could Save Your Home

September 30, 2014 | Posted in Foreclosure

When financial troubles strike, inevitably, you start to get behind on bills, mortgages, and other payments. After a period of time, these late payments will have negative consequences like home foreclosures. For many homeowners, keeping a secure living situation is vital for future economic success. When faced with debt and a foreclosure, it is important […]

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Foreclosure and Bankruptcy

August 18, 2014 | Posted in Foreclosure

Bankruptcy and foreclosure. If you are facing foreclosure on your home, you’re probably a panic. Where will you live? Will you be able to rent an apartment after foreclosure? Is there any way to stop the foreclosure and force the bank to work with you? How does foreclosure even work? Will they come and kick […]

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Bankruptcy Vs Foreclosure

May 9, 2014 | Posted in Foreclosure

Anyone that has a home with missed mortgage payments or the threat of foreclosure faces some tough decisions ahead. While letting the home continue into foreclosure isn’t a choice option, some people do choose it over bankruptcy for fear of the credit consequences. Unfortunately, this is usually the worst way to go. Credit Consequences When […]

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The Process of Bankruptcy to Stall Foreclosure

January 15, 2014 | Posted in Foreclosure

Are you tired of harassment from debt collectors hounding you over missed mortgage payments? Are you on the verge of foreclosure proceedings and losing your home? Filing for bankruptcy could help halt foreclosure proceedings and give you the chance to make up missed payments and reorganize your financial life. With guidance from a Cincinnati  bankruptcy […]

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Ways Bankruptcy Can Help Prevent Foreclosure

August 21, 2013 | Posted in Foreclosure

Both Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy filings involve an automatic order called the order for relief. This order includes an injunction, the automatic stay, which commands creditors to cease all collection activities until the bankruptcy proceedings are completed. In the case of foreclosure, this means that any proceedings currently underway in regard to your […]

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