Charlotte Foreclosure Defense Attorneys
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With a home mortgage to pay and mounting debts, a homeowner runs a serious
risk of becoming incapable of making the payments. Late fees would then
ensue due to non-payment because there are just no available funds with
which to pay them. This starts a vicious cycle of increasingly high bills
you are already late on paying, leaving you vulnerable to home foreclosure.
Thereafter, you will also have to pay back legal fees associated with
a foreclosure action if you wish to get ultimately become current with
your mortgage payments.
Foreclosure is the result of being in default status for a certain amount
of time. Procrastination on handling this type of matter is discouraged,
as foreclosure can be completed in a quick fashion, and no one wants to
lose their home.
Contact Saffa Law Group immediately to go over your options with our professional Charlotte foreclosure
We understand the many defenses to foreclosure, including:
Lawyers Fighting Foreclosure in Charlotte
Falling behind on mortgage payments also indicates a person is likely to
be falling behind on other debt payments. Modification for your existing
mortgage and / or changing the interest rates that apply might be a possibility
for some relief to your situation. Depending on your circumstances, you
may have valid defenses our attorneys can use to get your foreclosure
hearing or sale dates continued, thereby giving you more time for the
- Finalize mortgage modifications
- Deeds in lieu of foreclosure
- Loan modifications
- Payoff & reinstatement figures
Relief Through Bankruptcy
Even if your loan modification has been denied and you don't have the
money to get your mortgage current, filing Bankruptcy is another option
which offers immediate aid where a foreclosure is concerned. Filing a
bankruptcy petition under
Chapter 7 will delay a foreclosure sale from taking place for about 3-4 months.
However, if you want to keep your home and cannot afford to get the mortgage
current (within the next month or so) a Chapter 13 bankruptcy could enable
you to keep your home.
Chapter 13 bankruptcy, your mortgage arrearages, or the back mortgage that you owe,
aren't due immediately. In a Chapter 13, your mortgage arrearages
are typically spread out over the next 36-60 months thereby giving you
room to breathe. In Chapter 13's, you keep and repay any secured debts
such as mortgages, vehicle loans, and furniture loans that you want to
keep, and you repay your unsecured debts such as medical bills, personal
loans, credit cards at a certain percentage as payment in full. At the
end of your Chapter 13, your mortgage is current, your secured loans (cars,
etc.) are all paid off, and all of your unsecured debt is gone (except
for certain unsecured debts like alimony, child support, student loans).
Let’s Get Started--Contact Us for Legal Advice!
You don’t have to face this alone. Our Charlotte foreclosure lawyers
are experienced, knowledgeable, and compassionate, and we want to help
you find financial relief. There is hope for you and your family and our
team at Saffa Law Group wants to provide the legal advocacy you need to
protect your home. Your initial consultation is free, so you have nothing
to lose by getting started.
If you or someone you care about is currently facing foreclosure,
contact our firm to discuss your options in saving your home!
We serve clients throughout the City of Charlotte, Town of Cornelius, Town
of Davidson, Town of Huntersville, Town of Matthews, Town of Mint Hill,
Town of Pineville, Town of Stallings, Buford, Charlotte, Goose Creek,
Hembry Bridge, Indian Trail, JAARS, Jackson, Lake Park, Lanes Creek, Marshville,
Marvin, Matthews, Mineral Springs, Mint Hill, Monroe, New Salem, Sandy
Ridge, Stallings, Unionville, Vance, Waxhaw, Weddington, Wesley Chapel,
Wingate, Concord, Harrisburg, Kannapolis, Midland, and Mt. Pleasant.