In today’s economic environment, one of the top reasons why people in Kansas City are filing bankruptcy is in order to stop a home foreclosure. Weston R. Moore is dedicated to protecting your interests and helping you by offering a free initial consultation in order to fully explain how you may be able to stop home foreclosure by filing an emergency bankruptcy petition in Kansas City.
By filing either a Chapter 7 bankruptcy or Chapter 13 bankruptcy in Kansas City, you will stop all home foreclosure actions under the “automatic stay” provision of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code. However, if you would like to keep your home, it will be necessary for you to “catch p” on past due house payments. Your lender also has the right to ask the bankruptcy court to allow the home foreclosure to proceed if the lender is able to show that you will unable to bring your payments current. This is why you should not delay in discussing your case with attorney Weston Moore.
A Kansas City Chapter 7 bankruptcy is designed to offer relief from unsecured and other types of debts and this bankruptcy option could enable you to catch up on your mortgage payments in order to keep your house. Some people are too far behind on their house payments and so filing a Kansas City Chapter 13 bankruptcy ends up being the best option to keep the home. With a Chapter 13 debt repayment plan, the debtor has up to five years to bring their mortgage payments current and up to date.
It is recommend that house mortgage payments are made by bank check, cashier’s check or by a money order for at minimum six months after your bankruptcy case. It is also recommend that all house payments are sent by certified or registered mail with a return-receipt requested service in order to prove the lender received payment and when they received payment.
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We are a Christian law practice, and we genuinely care about the clients we represent. We bring a compassionate and non-judgmental approach to legal service. Kansas City bankruptcy lawyer Weston R. Moore is dedicated to protecting your interests and helping you obtain a just outcome in your case. If you need to speak with an attorney, we are pleased to offer a free consultation. To contact our firm, call 913-782-7075, or contact us by e-mail.