Protecting Your Real Estate Investments In Bankruptcy
For many people, bankruptcy only becomes a consideration after their real estate has been threatened. It is smart to begin asking questions about how filing for bankruptcy will affect your real estate. We are happy to discuss these issues with homeowners and owners of other types of property who want to learn more about bankruptcy.
Bankruptcy offers real solutions that will protect your real estate. Chapter 13 bankruptcy can reorganize arrearages on your mortgage and create a repayment plan that is built around your ability to pay. Over the course of the three- to five-year repayment plan that is a part of Chapter 13, you can become caught up on your mortgage. At the end of the repayment plan, any remaining unsecured debts can be discharged and you can be left in good standing on your mortgage.
We are able to offer help on a variety of bankruptcy and real estate-related issues, including:
- Mortgage payments
- Underwater home values
- The pros and cons of Chapter 13 versus Chapter 7
- Real estate transactions
We Have Provided Debt Relief For More Than 10,000 Clients
At Goldman & Beslow, LLC Attorneys At Law, we are here to help you understand all aspects of the bankruptcy process including how it can benefit or otherwise impact the real estate you own. As real estate is often a person’s most valuable asset, this is a major issue that we can help deal with. Whether you are concerned about your home, small business property or some other type of real estate, we can help. We have helped more than 10,000 people just like you over the course of the more than 44 years we have been helping people get a fresh start in New Jersey.
Bankruptcy And Real Estate Lawyers Serving Northern And Central New Jersey
Are you wondering how bankruptcy could affect the real estate you own? We offer a free one-half-hour consultation to help you learn more. To schedule a consultation, call 973-414-8069 or contact us online.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.