Foreclosure Can Be Stopped
Your home is not just an asset. Think of how long it took you to save up for the down payment and how hard you worked to get under that roof. Think of the family that you raised under that roof, or that you continue to raise there. You cannot just let it slip away.
Thankfully, foreclosure can be stopped. When you file bankruptcy, an automatic stay goes into place. This prevents creditors from pursuing any further action against you while the bankruptcy is pending, including foreclosure. With the help of a trusted attorney, you may be able to come up with a plan to overcome debt and stay in your home for the long term.
Committed To Keeping People In Their Homes
At the law office of Christopher Todd Morrison, P.C., we are committed to keeping people in their homes. We have helped over 5,000 people in Houston and throughout Texas obtain debt relief through bankruptcy. We can help you too.
It’s Not Too Late
Texas law allows nonjudicial foreclosure. This means that a lender may be able to foreclose without going to court. For this reason, the foreclosure process can move very quickly. Many people are surprised that what starts off as a couple missed payments can soon become a very real threat of losing the family home. Thankfully, we move fast too.
We can do an emergency bankruptcy petition to stop foreclosure.
Whether the foreclosure sale is scheduled or you know the threat of foreclosure is looming, we encourage you to contact an experienced lawyer as soon as possible. We will take immediate action to keep you in your home, starting with a free consultation. For more information about foreclosure prevention and bankruptcy, call 713-396-3704 or send an email.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.