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Stop Foreclosure Houston Texas

Foreclosure doesn’t have to be the end of the world! You’re not alone.  Many Americans find themselves in financial difficulty and in danger of foreclosure. But I’m glad to say that the law provides a means of relief for people in this crisis.  It gives you a way to keep your house and car, hold off the I.R.S. and take care of your charge card debts on a payment schedule YOU can afford.  Your creditors have to abide by the court’s ruling, whether they like it or not – because it’s Federal Law. How can your lawyer help?  Call me now for a FREE initial consultation.

I know the many questions going through your mind.  Let me answer a few of them now.


Q:        How can foreclosure be stopped?

A:        One of three ways:

(1)   A Chapter 13 Bankruptcy.

(2)   A Chapter 7 Bankruptcy.

(3)   An agreement with the mortgage company that  it will not collect payments while you payoff                 your debts. (This is usually not allowed after your property is posted for foreclosure.

What is Chapter 13?

A:        Under this “wage earner’s plan”, which we work out, you may have up to 60 months to pay all or part of your debts, including mortgage and charge cards.  Usually you lose no property, but this depends on individual circumstances.


Q:        What is Chapter 7?


A:        Under this proceeding, you do not have to pay most unsecured debts, with some exceptions, including child support, alimony, and taxes.


Q:        What about mortgage payments under a Chapter 13?


A:        In order to keep your home, you must keep your regular mortgage payments current beginning the next installment date after the filing of your Chapter 13 Petition.  Your plan will provide for payments of all past due monthly installments due before the filing date and the ongoing mortgage will be paid through your plan.


How are you protected?

Depending on the plan chosen, you may be able to:

  • Keep your house – they can’t foreclose even if you’re behind.
  • Keep your car – they can’t repossess it.
  • Erase debts owed to the Internal Revenue Service – They can’t seize assets.  Even some income taxes can be completely wiped out.
  • Erase credit card debts – They have to take what you can afford to pay.Wouldn’t you like to end harassment by creditors, put your problems behind you, and get back to normal living?  This can happen under a court-supervised plan set up so you can afford to meet your financial obligations.

    Remember, your problems can continue even after the foreclosure if you fail to get help!

    Stop Foreclosure Houston Texas as Unfortunately foreclosure may be only the start of future problems.  Please let me help you beat the deadline and protect your property.  Call me now and let me reassure you.  Don’t be a victim whose failure to act causes lasting regret.  Let the Federal Law work to help you!


Our toll-free telephone number is at 1-866-912-9832. You need to learn about all of your options including information about credit, debt, bill consolidation services and federal bankruptcy law.  Please call us at 1-866-912-9832 so that we can discuss your case. You can also visit our web site: www.busby-lee.com. Our attorney fees are reasonable, competitive, and court- approved.   It is important that you call us soon. Our office is conveniently located near the Galleria and Highway 59 on Hillcroft between Richmond and Westheimer. Call us toll-free at 1-866-912-9832 for directions to our office.

We provide bankruptcy services in the greater Houston metro area including the cities of Katy, Sugarland, Pearland, Friendswood, Clear Lake and Galveston. We also handle cases from The Woodlands, Spring and Tomball and cases in Baytown and Channelview.

We handle bankruptcy cases in all of these counties: Brazoria, Chambers, Galveston, Matagorda, Austin, Brazos, Colorado, Fayette, Fort Bend, Grimes, Harris, Madison, Montgomery, San Jacinto, Walker, Waller, Wharton