Silverdale Stop Home Foreclosure Attorney
Serving Jefferson, Kitsap, Clallam and Mason Counties
With the recent downturn in the economy, home foreclosures have risen dramatically in recent years. Tragically, many people could have saved their homes if they knew how to put the law on their side.
With a Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you may be able to stop a home foreclosure. To learn more, contact the law office of Michael R. Morrison in Silverdale, Washington. We have helped thousands of clients in bankruptcy and debt relief matters.
How Can Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Stop a Home Foreclosure?
To be eligible for Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you must have a regular source of income. If retained as your counsel, we will submit a Chapter 13 debt repayment plan to the bankruptcy court on your behalf. This plan will last for three to five years, thus allowing you to pay back any late home mortgage payments gradually over the duration of your plan.
While it takes time to complete your Chapter 13 plan, you can obtain fast relief from home foreclosure. When we file your Chapter 13 plan with the court, an automatic stay order goes into effect which temporarily halts most creditors from taking any further collection activity against you. The automatic stay can help you put a halt to a home foreclosure.
In addition to saving your home, you may also be able to discharge a considerable portion of your debts. After the successful completion of your Chapter 13 debt repayment plan, the court will discharge any remaining unsecured debts which you are unable to pay. Visit our section on Chapter 13 bankruptcy to learn more.
Contact a Bremerton Stop Home Foreclosure Attorney
We represent clients throughout Jefferson, Kitsap, Clallam and Mason counties in bankruptcy cases. If you need to speak with a Silverdale bankruptcy lawyer, we are pleased to offer a free 30-minute consultation. If possible, please bring the forms listed on our bankruptcy page with you to your consultation.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.