Does Your Family Live in Fear of Home Foreclosure?
If you are out of a job and falling behind on your mortgage payments and the threat of home foreclosure is closing in on you, don’t give up hope.
An “automatic stay” upon filing for Chapter 13 bankruptcy can halt a foreclosure action. Chapter 13 has the benefit of allowing past missed mortgage payments to be rolled into your structure repayment plan. This can help you catch up on your bills keep you in your California home.
You can learn more about Chapter 13 and its implications on foreclosure from founder Maria J. Nuñez.
Ms. Nuñez is an experienced, respected bankruptcy attorney who can help you consolidate and reorganize your debt, formulate a three to five-year repayment plan and stay in the home you worked so hard to afford.
You don’t have to surrender your beloved home just because a bank or mortgage lender says so. You can fight back. Our full-service bankruptcy law firm will help you.
Reclaim Your Life. Listen to What Maria J. Nuñez Has to Say About Bankruptcy.
Perhaps the medical bills from a sudden family illness drained your family budget. Your divorce may have proven too expensive. You may have been dismissed, downsized, laid off or had your job outsourced. Now, creditors are coming after your home.
Chapter 13 bankruptcy protections are U.S. law for a reason — to help hard-working people satisfy their debts in a structured and productive manner. Bankruptcy can be used to stop foreclosure, repossession and wage garnishment, as well as creditor harassment. Maria J. Nuñez can show you how.
Don’t lose one more night of sleep to the threat of home foreclosure. Don’t resort to the tax dangers of a short sale, simply to avoid bankruptcy. Stop the foreclosure threat now with the sound legal advice of a skilled lawyer.
We look forward to speaking to you by phone locally (619) 501-3566 . Nuñez Law Corporation offers free initial consultations to address your legal concerns.
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Meeting with our experienced San Diego bankruptcy attorney could be the first step toward keeping your home.Contact us now at (619) 501-3566. You can also e-mail us. After-hours messages are promptly returned.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.