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Foreclosures

Help for Columbus and Lancaster residents who are facing foreclosure due to debt or bankruptcy

If you are facing a foreclosure, we understand you have a lot of questions:

  • What are my options?
  • How do I stop foreclosure?
  • How do I delay foreclosure?
  • When is it too late to stop a foreclosure?
  • My home was foreclosed on, now what?

Attorney Wendi Henderhan knows that the reality of a potential home foreclosure is difficult and traumatic for any family. We are here for you during this trying situation to discuss your foreclosure options and find ways to stop foreclosure immediately. In these challenging times you need advice and attention from an experienced, knowledgeable and local attorney, not a paralegal from a big law firm.

Ohio is 6th in the nation for home foreclosures, with 1 in every 13751 homes being foreclosed on. (The national average is 1 in 2099 homes.) Losing your home is an upsetting possibility, but one that is avoidable with the proper guidance and help.

If you are facing foreclosure, you have probably received several notices in the mail from creditors, warning you of the situation. The pressure and stress of these communications may leave you wondering what to do. Many people who face foreclosure are experiencing difficult circumstances like falling behind on payments due to job loss or illness. You may have received a rate increase due to an adjustable mortgage, making your monthly payment beyond reach. Whatever your circumstances, our foreclosure attorney is ready to fight by your side to keep you in your home.

The earliest stages of a foreclosure process can take months, giving you an opportunity to evaluate and possibly negotiate a solution with the help of a foreclosure attorney. Attorney Wendi Henderhan has helped many clients make a plan to support their financial needs regarding their homes. Some people just need a chance to catch up on their payments. Others want to let a home go because they are “upside down on their mortgage,” meaning the home value is worth less than the amount of outstanding debt. We will discuss your options, including foreclosure during a chapter 13 or chapter 7 bankruptcy.

During your free consultation with Attorney Wendi, you will be able to get the answers you need to make important decisions that will impact your future. She will review your documents for any fraudulent practices that could have led to foreclosure, and protect your legal and financial interests with the banks and mortgage companies. She even offers specialized services for LGBTQ clients who sometimes face additional challenges and bias.

If you are facing a foreclosure, call Henderhan Law today to arrange your free consultation. 614-738-9695 or 740-361-6518