Alabama Mortgage Modification Attorneys Help You Stay in Your Home
Proverbs 31: 8-9
Speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves, for the rights of all who are destitute.
Speak up and judge fairly; defend the rights of the poor and needy.
Has your consumer debt accumulated to the point that you can no longer pay your bills — including your monthly mortgage payments?
Has the home you worked so hard to afford come under the threat of foreclosure by your mortgage lender?
The Montgomery foreclosure defense lawyers of the Anderson Law Firm, L.L.C., can help. Our comprehensive command of Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy remedies can bring you back, keep you in your home and motor vehicles, make creditor harassment a thing of the past and assure that you keep every penny of your hard-earned wages.
Anderson Law bankruptcy attorneys have shown individuals and families throughout central Alabama how to regain a sound financial footing. We recognize your financial and sentimental investments in your home, and all that it means to you and your loved ones. We protect those investments with innovative, effective legal counsel, exceptional service and professionalism throughout the legal process. Since 1997, we have dedicated ourselves to providing sound solutions to any legal problem that arises in your life.
Our experience, expertise and keen client focus are a simple toll-free phone call away. Contact us. Reach us at 800-518-1847 right now to schedule your initial consultation. If you need an evening appointment, please say so.
The Anderson Law Firm, L.L.C. — Quality Bankruptcy Advice, Attentive Personal Service
If your home is in foreclosure, but sufficient income exists for resumption of mortgage payments, Chapter 13 bankruptcy can stop the foreclosure process. A debt repayment plan can take up to five years, and satisfy back payments so that you can continue to keep your home.
An Anderson Law Firm attorney can also attempt to negotiate new terms or interest rates with your lender, known as loan modifications. Yet another important strategy for helping people keep their homes is "lien stripping" — if your first mortgage is worth more than the value of the house, the second and subsequent mortgages can be removed in Chapter 13, leaving no value for these mortgages to attach to. With the second mortgage out of the way, many people have been able to keep their homes.
Quality foreclosure defense advice, attentive one-on-one personal service: get both, starting today, at the Anderson Law Firm, L.L.C.
Find out more about the automatic stay from our experienced Montgomery stop foreclosure attorneys. Arrange your initial consultation at 800-518-1847, toll free.
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