Don’t Let Creditors Take Your House!

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The foreclosure crisis of the last decade was devastating to Mississippi and all of the states of our great country. Foreclosures occurred at a record rate and affected all of Mississippi's counties, including Lee, Pontotoc, Chickasaw, Union, Monroe, Prentiss, Itawamba, and Clay. But the problem of homeowners keeping their family residences is not over. In May of 2017, bank-owned foreclosure filings were up 64% in Mississippi from 2016.

A Chapter 13 bankruptcy case may help a homeowner keep his or home. Don't let creditors take your house! Filing bankruptcy stops a foreclosure sale and may allow you a chance to catch up on mortgage payments and, more importantly, keep your residence so that you can provide shelter and other necessities for your family.

Denvil Crowe has helped many Mississippi homeowners stop foreclosure and keep their homes. A Chapter 13 repayment plan may provide up to five years to repay missed past mortgage payments. BUT YOU HAVE TO ACT FAST! Once the foreclosure sale occurs, it is next to impossible to recover the property. You must file your bankruptcy case before the foreclosure sale takes place. Waiting until the day before the foreclosure sale may be too late.  

Federal bankruptcy law imposes many conditions before a bankruptcy case may be filed, such as debtor completion of a course on credit counseling. These mandatory requirements must be met before a bankruptcy case is filed and take some time to complete. Once you receive notice of a foreclosure sale, it is crucial that you call our office as soon as possible, if not immediately.

Maybe you just need some basic information about bankruptcy. Maybe you just need some basic information about the foreclosure process. Maybe you've actually received a notice of foreclosure. If so, Denvil Crowe's office is readily available to help you find the answers to all of your debt solution questions and problems. Thoughtful, caring, and informative, we can help you decide what is best for you financially and whether bankruptcy is your best option. Call 800-429-HELP (4357), email us at, or see us online today!


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