We Can Stop Foreclosure

For people in financial trouble, the possibility of foreclosure is a looming nightmare.

It is important to remember that foreclosure does not have to happen. You can stop foreclosure and get debt relief with a bankruptcy filing. The Law Office of Robert Braverman, LLC, has helped hundreds of good people who found themselves in financial trouble through no fault of their own. We can help you get the financial breathing room you need to make a fresh start.

Call 856-254-2196 to arrange for a consultation to discuss options that could stop your mortgage foreclosure proceedings.

Filing Bankruptcy Will Stop Foreclosure

The Law Office of Robert Braverman, LLC, can stop a foreclosure at any time up to the sheriff's sale.

If you are a homeowner, we can help you file Chapter 13 bankruptcy, stopping foreclosure, repossession and creditor harassment immediately. You can get your burden of debt reduced and your payment terms extended. In some cases, we can file a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, allowing you to keep your home and eliminating dischargeable debts entirely. If filing bankruptcy is not appropriate given your circumstances, we can explore the possibility of a mortgage loan modification.

You Can Save Your Home

When you get a few months behind on your mortgage payments, most lenders will no longer accept mortgage payments. They will then begin the foreclosure process. Filing for bankruptcy stops foreclosure and in essence forces your lender to accept your mortgage payments and mortgage arrears over time. By making your mortgage payments, you demonstrate your good faith to the bankruptcy court. A showing of good faith such as this makes it easier to obtain a reasonable payment plan from the court.

The process of stopping foreclosure is faster, more efficient and more reasonably priced than you may think. Call today to discuss your situation with a bankruptcy lawyer at the Law Office of Robert Braverman, LLC.

Sooner Is Better

Many people make the mistake of waiting too long to talk with a bankruptcy attorney.

If a mortgage lender begins the foreclosure process, you become responsible for its foreclosure costs and attorney's fees. Once you file for bankruptcy, these additional costs will stop.

The sooner you speak with our firm, the sooner we can act to save your home, reduce your debts and put you on the road to financial recovery.

Contact a Lawyer to Stop Foreclosure

To arrange for a free initial consultation with the Law Office of Robert Braverman, LLC, call 856-254-2196 or send us an e-mail.

Our firm has offices in Cherry Hill and Willingboro , New Jersey, and Philadelphia to serve you.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.