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Fighting Foreclosure

What is involved in Foreclosure Defense in Kansas?

Foreclosure threat or any other serious finance hardship brings a lot of stress to oneself and one's family.  The first thing to know is that "putting off" doing something about it can bring on disaster very fast - you must not ignore anything related to your home or mortgage or your lender.  Foreclosure defense can include making payments, negotiating mortgage modification or using bankruptcy law.  If you are under threat of foreclosure, getting competent legal representation is very important.  If your lender is foreclosing, you can assume they already have legal counsel working on it.  At Rick Hodge, Attorney at Law, we understand that such stress can live with you until the matter is fully resolved.   We want our clients to be able to successfully fight foreclosure, so we are dedicated to helping them with honest information and guidance at a time when trust and certainty are most needed from an attorney service. 

Does Foreclosure Defense automatically mean Bankruptcy?

If you or a loved one is in a situation where foreclosure is a potential or real threat, using bankruptcy law could be right for you.  Bankruptcy is an avenue that can help a person rearrange their obligations and make it more possible to meet them.  More information on this and other questions can be obtained by letting us look over your situation, and you may be able to get a full foreclosure resolution from myself and my team.  It is certainly not the only available solution.  A full analysis of your case is important when seeking to fight a foreclosure.

If bankruptcy is advised in your case, we are one of the few attorney services in Kansas with the ability to file for bankruptcy for our clients without them coming to our offices.  This can significantly lessen what may otherwise be a good deal of travel time - maybe even by half, since the client may only then need to attend what is called a "Section 341 Meeting of Creditors" well into the process.  Additional details of these potential benefits and other data can be obtained by contacting us directly.  Other solutions such as legal action being taken when the mortgage broker made false promises or violated the law can be the best action, leading to resolution and relief.

Contact a Kansas Foreclosure Defense Lawyer to see what options are available to you. 

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700 N Market, Wichita, KS 67214
Rick Hodge, Attorney at Law - Wichita Foreclosure Attorney
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