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Foreclosure Defense

 

Federal Laws Can Help

 

Many homeowners in the Texas Panhandle live in dread of foreclosure — a nightmare that in today's economic environment is a real possibility. But Chapter 13 bankruptcy can stop foreclosure and provide debt relief for those who qualify. If you are having trouble making your mortgage payment, you need to take action now to protect your home.   Chapter 13 allows eligible debtors to stop foreclosures, force mortgage companies to accept payments over three years to bring a mortgage current and treat unsecured credit cards, medical bills and collection accounts.  Chapter 13 is a powerful federal law that can stop foreclosure immediately for eligible debtors.

Attorney David Enos can review your situation and discuss your options in a free consultation. These include a Chapter 13 bankruptcy which can enable you to keep your home and get relief from your unsecured debts. By eliminating debts such as credit card debt and medical bills, you can obtain additional cash flow that may enable you to cover your mortgage payment and other debts. 

 

 

We Are Committed to Stopping Foreclosure

Attorney David Enos can review your situation and discuss your options in a free consultation. These include a Chapter 13 bankruptcy which can enable you to keep your home and get relief from your unsecured debts. By eliminating debts such as credit card debt and medical bills, you can obtain additional cash flow that may enable you to cover your mortgage payment and other debts. 

 

You Are not Alone

Bankruptcy does not have to be a frightening ordeal. The bankruptcy laws were enacted to help people like you — good, hard-working people who have gotten into financial difficulty. As a debtor, you have rights that David Enos is committed to protecting!  If you are considering filing for bankruptcy, please contact the Law Offices of David Enos for a free consultation with an Amarillo bankruptcy lawyer today.

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