Stop Foreclosure And Stay In Your Home
Do not wait to seek legal assistance if your home is under the threat of foreclosure. Whether you are starting to get behind on payments or you have already received a notice of foreclosure, commonly known as a ” Notice of Default ” you need to obtain an experienced and skilled foreclosure defense attorney immediately. The sooner you get help the better your chances of stopping home foreclosure.
More Than 30 Years Of Experience
At the Inland Empire Law Office of Alec Harshey, we offer our foreclosure clients more than 45 years of experience. We realize that many individuals are worried and unsure of what to do after receiving a Notice of Default. We strongly advise immediate action on your part. Our managing attorney, Alec Harshey, has extensive experience handling foreclosure issues. He can evaluate your situation from every angle to determine the best course of action.
Chapter 13 Bankruptcy And Stopping Home Foreclosure
Filing for Chapter 13 bankruptcy could possibly stop home foreclosure. Once a bankruptcy is filed (also under Chapter 7), an “automatic” stay is placed on creditors. This can give you more time and generally with a Chapter 13, the length of the repayment plan (three to five years). However, there are exceptions to this and you should consult with one of our experienced foreclosure defense attorney to discuss if and how filing for bankruptcy can benefit your home foreclosure case.
Meet With Our California Bankruptcy Law Firm
We invite you to take a moment to talk with our dedicated mortgage foreclosure lawyer. We are available at 877-824-8147 or you can send us an e-mail. Our law firm offers reasonable fees and affordable payment plans.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.