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Filing Bankruptcy to Stop Foreclosure on Real Estate in Ohio

Filing bankruptcy will stop the foreclosure on real estate by Federal law.  Filing bankruptcy can help you gain back control of what could be taken away from you.  At the end of the foreclosure process there will be a sheriff sale on the real estate.  The difference between what is owed on the real estate and what the property is sold for is called a mortgage loan deficiency which is a bill you will get stuck with for the difference.  Filing a Chapter 13 bankruptcy can help you put an end to the foreclosure by helping you get current on your mortgage payments if you would like to keep your home.  If you don’t want to keep the property, filing a Chapter 7 bankruptcy will eliminate the debt owed from a foreclosed home along with most of your other debts such as credit cards, medical bills, personal loans, utility bills, repossessed vehicles, and items sent to third-party collections.  There are many other ways bankruptcy can help your financial situation.  Call today for a free bankruptcy consultation! 614-934-1544

Can Bankruptcy Help Me if My Loan Modification Was Denied?

Many times calls to banks go unreturned and loan modifications are often denied.  If the banks are not will to work with you, bankruptcy can help.  Filing bankruptcy can help put possession of your property back into your hands.  Many times banks will tell you to stop making payments when you are in the loan modification process.  Once denied you will not only owe what we were behind at the beginning of the loan modification process, but also for the months during the process.  Coming up with the money to keep your house from being sold at sheriff sale can be next to impossible.  If you had the money, there wouldn’t be a problem in the first place.  Filing a Chapter 13 bankruptcy will help you get current on your mortgage payments and can also help you eliminate most of your other debts.  Call today for a free consultation with an experienced bankruptcy attorney for more information about how bankruptcy can help you through this difficult time. 614-934-1544

My House is in Foreclosure and I Want to Keep My Home

Filing Chapter 13 bankruptcy would be ideal if you are behind in your mortgage payments and you would like to keep your home. Filing Chapter 13 bankruptcy will cure the arrearages and can help you get current on your mortgage payments. Filing Chapter 13 bankruptcy will stop the foreclosure by Federal law and will eliminate most of your other debts such as credit cards, medical bills, personal loans, utility bills, and items sent to third-party collections. Federal bankruptcy laws are set in place to help you when creditors won’t. Chapter 13 bankruptcy will help put your home back in your hands with a payment you can afford backed by the Federal government. Call today for a free consultation to learn more about how bankruptcy can help. 614-934-1544

My House is in Foreclosure and I Don’t Want to Keep the House

Filing Chapter 7 bankruptcy would be a good idea if keeping the house is not an option you would like to explore. Sometimes it is best to give up real estate in a bankruptcy when you are upside down or underwater in the mortgage loan. If a piece of real estate becomes more of a money pit than an investment, it may be in your best interest to walk away. Filing Chapter 7 bankruptcy will eliminate the debt owed from a foreclosed property along with most of your other debts or bills.  There are many other ways bankruptcy can help you financially.  Call today to schedule a free bankruptcy consultation to learn more. 614-934-1544

Other Ways Bankruptcy Can Help You and Your Family Financially

• Get a Fresh Start by Eliminating Most Debts Owed
• Cease or Stop All Creditor Collection Efforts Against You
Stop a Lawsuit From Beginning or Continuing
Stop a Wage Garnishment
Stop a Foreclosure / Sheriff Sale
Stop a Vehicle Repossession
Get a Vehicle Back From Repossession
Stop a Utility Disconnection
Get Driver’s License Back From Suspension
Rebuild Credit
Get Financed For a Vehicle
• Get Approved For an Apartment
• Stall an Eviction

Getting Legal Advice From an Experienced Bankruptcy Attorney in Ohio

It is very important that you speak with an experienced Bankruptcy Attorney when getting legal advice. There are many legal options that may be available to you and the only way to find out what those legal options are is to speak with someone that conducts that line of work every day. The friendly Law Office of M. Sean Cydrus offers a free consultation to those who are contemplating bankruptcy or looking for a solution to resolve a difficult financial situation. Call today for a free bankruptcy consultation with an attorney with experience and compassion. Help is just one phone call away! 614-934-1544

The Law Office of M. Sean Cydrus Cares About You and is Here For You Every Step Along the Way!

The Law Office of M. Sean Cydrus is not just here to file your bankruptcy. We are here to address all legal issues that there may be, file your bankruptcy, represent you in court, and to give you some tips and pointers after the bankruptcy to help you rebuild your credit and to lead you in the right direction for financial success. We are here for you every step along the way and still here for you after the bankruptcy is over. We never hesitate to act quickly and efficiently when time is of the essence. Call today for a free bankruptcy consultation! Help is just one phone call away! 614-934-1544

Call Today to Schedule a Free Bankruptcy Consultation!

The friendly Law Office of M. Sean Cydrus cares and can help you craft a plan to rebuild your financial future. We understand the stress of financial worry. We use a personal approach to solving your financial challenges and are here to help you through this difficult time. We pride ourselves on the ability to provide our legal expertise with compassion and understanding. We ensure that your rights are protected and never hesitate to take immediate action when time is of the essence. We can meet with you at our conveniently located offices in Columbus and Chillicothe. Call today for a free consultation! Help is just one phone call away! 614-934-1544