Legal Help For Saving Your Home
There are few financial situations more troubling than the threat of losing your home. If you face home foreclosure in Maryland, the Kindlund Legal LLC in Bethesda can help you explore all of the foreclosure defense options available to you. I have more than 30 years of experience helping people in Maryland and the District of Columbia realize their debt relief goals.
Foreclosure Defense Strategies
If you are trying to stop home foreclosure and save your home, you have a number of options available at your disposal, including:
- Chapter 13 bankruptcy: Filing for bankruptcy will stop foreclosure and other legal actions creditors are taking against you. In Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you consolidate your debt and pay back creditors over a period of three to five years.
- Mortgage modification: If you cannot keep up with your monthly mortgage payment, your lender may be willing to negotiate. I know how to negotiate with mortgage lenders to create new arrangements that help my clients protect their homes.
- Loan forbearance: A forbearance gives you a temporary break from having to pay monthly mortgage payments. It is often a good option for homeowners facing temporary financial setbacks who are otherwise able to keep up with their payments.
- Deed in lieu of foreclosure: If you wish to simply walk away from your home and put the debt behind you, a deed in lieu of foreclosure might be an attractive option. This option does result in you losing your property but also relieves you of the debt.
There are many options for saving your home and avoiding foreclosure. After thoroughly analyzing the terms of your loan, your overall financial situation and other factors, I can guide you to the solution that is best suited for you.
Speak With An Experienced Foreclosure Defense Attorney
You don’t have to give up your home without a fight. I can help you explore all of the options available to you. To schedule a free legal consultation, contact my law office online or by telephone at (240) 539-9393.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.