How Bankruptcy May Help…When You Get Behind On Mortgage Payments

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If you don't believe that your problems related to unpaid bills, especially an unpaid mortgage, may be solved, you would be wrong. Dead wrong. One of Mississippi's most experienced bankruptcy lawyers and native of Tupelo, Denvil Crowe may provide help and his legal problem-solving skills for the benefit of anyone who is behind on mortgage payments.  

Financial hardship is a solvable problem. One conversation with Denvil Crowe should make you feel like you're talking to an old friend who will give you straight answers, and only straight answers. Fast. Denvil Crowe has the experience, knowledge, and qualifications to assist anyone who needs to consider filing a bankruptcy case, especially when facing default on a mortgage and possible foreclosure.

A Chapter 13 bankruptcy case allows homeowners to keep their home by allowing them to repay mortgage arrearages in a Chapter 13 repayment plan. Don't give up and let creditors take your house! Filing bankruptcy may allow you a chance to catch up on mortgage payments and, more importantly, keep your residence so that your family does not lose one of its most important necessities - shelter - along with all of the psychological benefits that go with it such as the sense of security and well-being.

Denvil Crowe has helped many Mississippi homeowners who are behind on mortgage payments get back on their feet through a Chapter 13 reorganization plan that may provide as long as a five-year period to repay missed past mortgage payments. However, you must file your bankruptcy case before any foreclosure sale takes place. Waiting until the last minute often is too late. 

Maybe you just need some basic information about bankruptcy. Maybe you just need some basic information about the default and foreclosure process related to a mortgage loan. 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 check us out online today.

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