Can they take my house in a bankruptcy?
There are exemptions for both Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy that can help you keep the home you live in and protect any home equity. Called Homestead Exemptions, most people qualify for these exemptions provided that the property is their primary residence.
These exemptions have been established to help you keep your property during a bankruptcy.
You can meet with our experienced bankruptcy Attorney Wendi Henderhan to discuss important questions and determine your goals concerning your property.
If you have fallen behind on your house payment, you may be able to catch up with a bankruptcy plan. If you are close to a foreclosure situation, you will want to act quickly to keep your property and avoid bank actions. When you meet with Attorney Wendi Henderhan, she will provide you with specific advice and recommendations for your situation. Don’t delay—call today for your free consultation.