Bankruptcy or Foreclosure Considerations

 

In one of our earlier blog articles, the Lansing Bankruptcy Attorneys discussed the “American Dream”. The dream is to own your own home where you and your family can be free from the stresses of the outside world. But when you have to choose between heat and food or making your monthly mortgage payments, what would you choose?

 

In the event this scenario sounds familiar to you or to someone you know, there is debt relief for mortgage issues. Choosing what is best for you may not be what is best for someone else. This is your decision, which must be based on your individual financial situation.

 

Many people who call or come to our office ask, “Should I file for bankruptcy?” They do not know what to do. Perhaps they have missed some mortgage payments and the Mortgage Company is calling them and sending letters demanding payment. Most people wonder if they will have to turn to foreclosure or ‘acceleration’ of their loan.

 

First, you should know that taking care of your debt is a process. Choosing the best form of relief from your debt (such as bankruptcy, debt settlement, or debt consolidation) should involve thinking about not only today, but of you and your family’s future. Although you have several debt relief options to choose from, bankruptcy may be the best remedy for you. The top attorneys of The Kronzek Firm will determine whether you qualify for bankruptcy relief under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code’s Chapter 7, or Chapter 13. Our experienced attorneys will represent you during the bankruptcy process.

 

The highly-skilled bankruptcy lawyers of The Kronzek Firm can give the information you need to help you. Whether you choose bankruptcy or debt settlement, The Kronzek Firm has attorneys who will work with you through a bankruptcy or negotiate on your behalf to settle debts. Call The Kronzek Firm to begin your debt relief process.

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