Can Bankruptcy Prevent Foreclosure?

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Have you been threatened with foreclosure? You do not have to lose your home. There are options. Attorney Liza A. Greene at the law offices of Laura Dale & Associates, can help you explore all of them, including filing bankruptcy.

How Soon Will The Foreclosure Take Place?

Filing bankruptcy puts an immediate halt to the foreclosure process. Even if foreclosure is imminent, bankruptcy can help you keep your home. However, you must act fast. Once your home has been taken away, it is gone. Liza A. Greene will move quickly to make certain you get all of the protection offered under bankruptcy law.

Keeping Your Home

Liza A. Greene brings more than 30 years of experience to these matters. She is also one of the select few lawyers to be board-certified in consumer bankruptcy law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. When you discuss foreclosure prevention with her, she will conduct a thorough analysis of your financial situation and offer honest advice.

Keeping your home may be an option, but the most important question is whether it is a realistic option. If the past due mortgage payments can be repaid through Chapter 13 bankruptcy, for example, will your income allow you to continue to make your ongoing payments? If you have lost your job and have a reduced income, that may not be possible. In that case, you may need to consider other options. Liza A. Greene will make certain that you understand all of the options and help you find the one that makes the most sense.

In addition to fighting foreclosure and handling home loan debt, Liza A. Greene has the experience to stop repossession of cars and other items.

Schedule A Consultation Today

Contact Laura Dale & Associates, to schedule a consultation with a Houston foreclosure attorney. You can call 713-574-7952, to schedule your consultation.

Liza A. Greene helps people file for bankruptcy and is a debt relief agency as defined by the Bankruptcy Code.

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