If you are worried about losing your home to foreclosure, there is probably little else you can think about. At Fox Law, we offer services in bankruptcy and mortgage litigation that can help you save your home from foreclosure. So, let’s turn the phrase running through your head from “lose house” into “keep house.”
You Can Keep Your House. Call Today.
If you would like to learn how to stop foreclosure in Tennessee, call to speak with our experienced Bankruptcy Attorney, Eric Fox, in a free initial consultation. We can be reached via phone at (615) 264-5695.
How Can I Prevent Foreclosure?
Both Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 can allow individuals to keep their homes, depending on the circumstances. For the vast majority of homeowners who are behind on house payments, Chapter 13 is the best available option. In Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you will be allowed up to five years to get caught up on your mortgage payments. Attorney, Eric Fox, can propose a workable repayment plan and get you back on track.
If you have been served with legal papers or notified by your lender that a foreclosure is on your horizon, we can examine your loan paperwork and discuss a variety of foreclosure defense strategies based on your situation.
If one of your strategies involves a bankruptcy, once the initial petition is filed with the bankruptcy court, the judge will issue an automatic stay. The automatic stay makes it illegal for creditors to attempt to collect a debt. This means the foreclosure proceedings will stop.
Have You Been a Victim of Mortgage Fraud?
In this economy, many Americans are learning they have been victims of mortgage fraud. If you are the victim of a predatory lender and are facing foreclosure, talk to our law firm. This is a complicated area of law that we are well-equipped to handle.
Call to Stop Foreclosure in Tennessee
Call us today at (615) 264-5695 for a Free Consultation via phone, in-office, or video conference with experienced Bankruptcy Attorney Eric Fox and learn if bankruptcy is right for you. We are located in Hendersonville, Tennessee and have been assisting residents all over Middle Tennessee for 18 years. Our office hours are Monday through Thursday from 8:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Fridays 8:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., with evening and weekend appointments available upon request.
We are here to help you.