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Can You Use a Bankruptcy to Stop a Foreclosure?

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Can You Use a Bankruptcy to Stop a Foreclosure?

Stop Foreclosure with a Bankruptcy

One of the big questions that my clients have is, “Can we use a bankruptcy to stop foreclosures?” The answer is yes. We can use a chapter 13 bankruptcy to stop a foreclosure and get people back on track with their mortgage in order to help them keep a house that they’ve fallen behind on or we can use a chapter seven to temporarily stop a foreclosure and buy people time that they might need to gather their things and move out of the house in a orderly fashion. Either a Chapter 7 or a Chapter 13 can significantly help people when they’re in the middle of a foreclosure preceding. Please give us a call today at 317-759-1483. We offer a free consultation. We’d be happy to talk to you about bankruptcy and how it can help you if you are having issues with foreclosure.

About the Bankruptcy Lawyers

Andrew Sawin has concentrated his practice in the field of Consumer Bankruptcy for the past 15 years. Andrew is a member of the Indianapolis Bar Association, the Indiana State Bar Association and the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys.

Richard Shea has concentrated his practice in the field of Consumer Bankruptcy for the past 11 years. He has served on the Local Rules and Procedures Advisory Committee of the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Indiana and has taught at bankruptcy seminars.

Carrie Breedlove has been an advocate for those filing bankruptcy for over 15 years and has extensive knowledge of consumer bankruptcy law.   She has represented debtors in over 10,000 bankruptcy hearings and was named a Rising Star in the area of consumer bankruptcy law by Super Lawyers magazine.

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Indianapolis, IN 46220
Phone: 317-759-1483
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Indianapolis, IN 46227
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$0 Down Attorney Fees

No upfront attorney fees in qualifying cases. Pay only court filing fee, credit reporting fee, and pre-bankruptcy credit counseling session fee to get a case on file to stop garnishments, repossessions, and certain court actions. Restrictions may apply. Please call to discuss your situation and learn how we can help.