Bankruptcy

How to stop Foreclosure

The attorneys here are WH Law all have families and small children, so we understand the importance a stable home has for a family.

Don’t let your concerns about bankruptcy prevent you from keeping your home.

Many attorneys don’t understand the ins and outs of the bankruptcy code, but we do. If you are behind on payments on your mortgage, or even if you are already in the foreclosure process, filing for Chapter 13 Bankruptcy can help you get caught up on your behind payments, or even stop the foreclosure process altogether. When you file a bankruptcy petition, all of your debtors must stop efforts at collecting on your debts. If they continue to harass you after filing, they can be sanctioned and fined. Don’t let frequent calls from the bank and other creditors ruin your peace of mind. There’s something you can do about it: give us a call.

In a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy, the bankruptcy court will determine what your monthly payment obligations are for necessary living expenses, and use leftover income for monthly payments to the bank on your past due mortgage payments, as well as your other creditors. So, in that way, bankruptcy can help you get caught up on your mortgage, in addition to any other creditor payments you’re behind on. Since the single monthly payment you’ll have under your bankruptcy is based on your disposable income, the payments are usually fairly small, and spread out over three to five years. Once you reach the end of the payment period, most people are caught up on their past due payments, and can resume paying their monthly payments as they were before the bankruptcy filing.

Have questions? The attorneys here are WH Law all have families and small children, so we understand the importance a stable home has for a family.

Don’t let your concerns about bankruptcy prevent you from keeping your home.

Many attorneys don’t understand the ins and outs of the bankruptcy code, but we do. If you are behind on payments on your mortgage, or even if you are already in the foreclosure process, filing for Chapter 13 Bankruptcy can help you get caught up on your behind payments, or even stop the foreclosure process altogether. When you file a bankruptcy petition, all of your debtors must stop efforts at collecting on your debts. If they continue to harass you after filing, they can be sanctioned and fined. Don’t let frequent calls from the bank and other creditors ruin your peace of mind. There’s something you can do about it: give us a call.

In a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy, the bankruptcy court will determine what your monthly payment obligations are for necessary living expenses, and use leftover income for monthly payments to the bank on your past due mortgage payments, as well as your other creditors. So, in that way, bankruptcy can help you get caught up on your mortgage, in addition to any other creditor payments you’re behind on. Since the single monthly payment you’ll have under your bankruptcy is based on your disposable income, the payments are usually fairly small, and spread out over three to five years. Once you reach the end of the payment period, most people are caught up on their past due payments, and can resume paying their monthly payments as they were before the bankruptcy filing.

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wh Law, is a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy protection under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code.

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Brandon Haubert Arkansas Lawyer

Brandon M. Haubert

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Brandon grew up in Clarksville, Arkansas, where he learned the most important parts about lawyering: How to work hard, how to to work smart, and how to work out problems with other people. The rest he picked up in law school and his first few years of practice, but he firmly believes that most of what makes him a good advocate is what he…

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