Stop Foreclosure Attorneys
We help homeowners stop foreclosure by filing bankruptcy, filing a lawsuit, applying for a loan modification or short sale, or requesting a deed in lieu of foreclosure.
One way to stop foreclosure on your home is to file for bankruptcy. Filing for bankruptcy immediately puts a hold on foreclosure.
Filing for bankruptcy also allows you to restructure your payment plan to make it more accommodating to your situation.
If we can show the court the lender has committed mortgage fraud, we can lower your monthly payments and/or reduce your principal amount.
Speak to an attorney right away to find out if you can have your mortgage payments reduced.
When you call the Consumer Center for Resources, we will connect you to our network of foreclosure attorneys for a free consultation.
They will discuss provide you with legal advice and strategy for your specific situation that will best help you with your foreclosure.