Get Help With Foreclosure Fears

For many homeowners, the thought of losing their home can provoke anxiety. Many mortgage struggles start with an income loss, an illness, an injury, a divorce or another difficult life event that may be uncontrollable and unpredictable.

Whether you are behind on your mortgage or you are afraid of falling behind, it may be possible to stop the foreclosure process or prevent foreclosure altogether. Attorneys with the Livonia, Michigan, law firm of Charles J. Schneider, P.C., have extensive experience with foreclosure prevention, through bankruptcy and other means.

What You Can Do

Contrary to popular belief, foreclosure is a process, not a one-time event. The earlier you seek help, the more options you may have at your disposal. Our firm can help you answer questions like:

  • Can I use a federal or Michigan exemption to keep my property away from a bankruptcy trustee?
  • I lost a portion of my income in the auto industry. How can I compensate for the income loss?
  • Can an emergency Chapter 13 filing be used to help me save my home?
  • What if a foreclosure sale date has been set for my home?
  • Can I keep my house if my income has been reduced due to business reasons?
  • How can I avoid foreclosure if I am out of work?
  • If I am behind on mortgage payments, can a bankruptcy be used to force my mortgage company into a repayment plan?
  • Can a Chapter 7 bankruptcy be used to stop foreclosure?
  • Can a party other than a mortgage company foreclose on my house?
  • Who might have a competing interest in my home if I file Chapter 7?
  • What are my foreclosure-prevention options if I receive disability pay because of an illness or injury?

Get Answers | Talk To A Lawyer

Talk to an experienced debt relief lawyer about potential solutions to the threat of home foreclosure. We can evaluate your situation and present you with options for moving forward.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.