Bankruptcy vs. Mortgage Modification
Mortgage Modification Lawyers
Like millions in Florida and throughout America, you may be thinking about a mortgage modification. Many banks are willing to negotiate a loan modification, but, they often make it very difficult for the homeowner. At times, it may seem as though the homeowner is at the mercy of the bank in the loan modification process. A bankruptcy can be used as leverage in the loan modification process, to help strengthen the homeowner's request.
You can eliminate your consumer credit card debt, and protect secured debt items such as your mortgage or car payment, under the rules of chapter 7 bankruptcy. Call today, to learn how you can reduce monthly credit card payments, to free up money for a mortgage payment and car payment. Learn how your mortgage arrears can be legally written off. Don't hesitate any longer, you have been carrying this burden alone.
Bankruptcy and Stripping a Second Mortgage
Millions of Florida homeowners have borrowed against the equity in their homes over the past several years. However, as the house value went down, the monthly mortgage payments stayed the same. Certain allow a homeowner, under certain circumstances, the option for stripping the second mortgage from an existing mortgage. This maneuver enables a homeowner to keep the home under the original mortgage terms. Call us today to learn your options in stripping your second mortgage.
We have helped thousands of struggling homeowners discover the freedom and fresh start bankruptcy can provide. Our experienced bankruptcy attorney West Palm Beach team focus on helping clients get through the bankruptcy process as efficiently and cost-effectively as possible to begin their fresh start.
Contact a Bankruptcy Lawyer
If you are considering filing for bankruptcy protection, contact our office at (561) 625-8400 to speak to an experienced attorney. At LaBovick Law Group, our legal professionals are devoted to assisting you in working through this complicated area of Florida bankruptcy laws and the bankruptcy process. We are available 24 hours a day/7 days a week to discuss your personal matter at (561) 625-8400. Don't feel discouraged. Many people are experiencing the same situation. You are not alone. Contact us for a free consultation. You can fill out the form to the left for an assessment of your personal matter.