If you are facing a foreclosure and you are a resident of San Jacinto county Texas, the firm of Busby & Associates, a San Jacinto County Bankruptcy attorney can help. Foreclosure in Texas is always on the 1st Tuesday of the month. You must be given 20 days notice before the sale can take place. Notice must be given via certified mail and also first class mail. If you are in foreclosure, I can help by filing a chapter 13 bankruptcy. This allows you to cure you arrears over 5 years. If you have a 2nd loan and no equity in the property because of the 1st loan, then you have the right to strip the 2nd lien and pay them pennies on the dollar, while still discharging and getting a release on the 2nd note. Home owners association dues and property taxes can also be paid through the bankruptcy to stop a foreclosure.
Do you have a vehicle payment with one of the following car dealerships in San Jacinto County Texas? All Pro Auto Sales
If you are facing a repossession, I may be able to help you keep the vehicle by filing a chapter 13 bankruptcy. You may be able to cram the vehicle to its fair market value and pay what it is worth v.s what you owe on it. You also may be able to pay the interest rate at about 5% vs. the interest rate you currently have. If the vehicle has already been repossession, do not worry, I may be able to get it back by filing an “emergency chapter 13 bankruptcy”. You have 10 days to redeem the vehicle in Texas. During this 10 days, if you should file a chapter 13 bankruptcy, you have a legal right to ask that you be allowed to cure the arrears in the bankruptcy chapter 13.
Do you reside in one of the following mobile home parks in San Jacinto county Texas? Magnolia Lake RV Park, Alsey Mobile Home Park, Cedar Valley Mobile Home Park, April Point Mobile Home Park.
Do you have note on your mobile home? Are you current on this mobile home? If you have behind, I may be able to prevent the mobile home from being repossessed by filing a chapter 13 bankruptcy. The chapter 13 bankruptcy may allow you to cram the mobile to its current fair market value. You would have to get the mobile home appraised and then you would have to pay in full in 5 years vs. 15 to 30 years which you many have left on the note. You would pay what it is worth instead of what you owe
Are you facing credit card lawsuits in San Jacinto county Texas? From one of the following Justice of the peace courts? San Jacinto County Justice of the Peace Court: Precinct 1, San Jacinto County Justice of the Peace Court: Precinct 2, San Jacinto County Justice of the Peace Court: Precinct 3, San Jacinto County Justice of the Peace Court: Precinct 4.
If so, then you may consider a chapter 7 bankruptcy. If you are within certain income ranges and all or most of your debt is unsecured debt, for example, medical bills, credit cards, deficiency on a car repossession, then chapter 7 is likely the chapter under title 11 of the bankruptcy code for you. You may be allowed to keep all of your property and get a discharge from the debt in as quick as 4 months. I will help you update your credit after the discharge to help you with your fresh start.
Please be advised that bankruptcy is Federal Law. All residents of San Jacinto county, Texas attend bankruptcy court at 515 Rusk Houston Texas 77002. You have 2 chapter 13 trustees and 8 chapter 7 trustees in the Houston Division of the Southern District of Texas. All court is typically held in downtown Houston, Texas at 515 Rusk.
Are you a resident of the one of the following communities in San Jacinto county Texas and do you need a bankruptcy attorney? Coldspring Bankruptcy Attorney, Point Blank Bankruptcy Attorney, Shepherd Bankruptcy Attorney. Call me today to discuss you bankruptcy options.
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We provide legal services in the San Jacinto County, Texas including the cities of Cold Spring, Point Blank, and Shepherd.
We handle bankruptcy cases in all of the following counties: Brazoria, Chambers, Galveston, Matagorda, Austin, Brazos, Colorado, Fayette, Fort Bend, Grimes, Harris, Madison, Montgomery, San Jacinto, Walker, Waller, and Wharton.