Stop Foreclosure

Your Rights and Options in Foreclosure

With the downtrodden economy and the collapse of the mortgage market, more homeowners are being forced into foreclosure. This trend has had a devastating impact on families in The Woodlands and throughout Texas. At Wyatt & Mirabella, PC, we understand the stresses and financial burdens faced by our clients. Our priority is to get you the debt relief you need. We will help you take legal action to immediately stop foreclosure on your home.

Chapter 13 Bankruptcy — Prevent or Avoid Home Foreclosure

While debt can accumulate over time, many homeowners are forced into foreclosure after an unforeseeable event such as a job loss, injury, death or divorce. These circumstances can leave families unable to pay debts and recover from financial distress. Regardless of how you got into debt, there is a way out. Chapter 13 bankruptcy is a viable option to reorganize debts, stop creditor action and put an immediate end to foreclosure.

The Woodlands foreclosure attorneys at our firm can also assist you with the following:

Bankruptcy, Credit Scores and Your Financial Future

Debtors are often hesitant to file bankruptcy because they fear the complete and total loss of credit in the future. In most cases, their credit is already damaged because of unpaid debts. They can begin to rebuild credit immediately after filing. While initially, bankruptcy can impact your ability to get another mortgage or car loan, over time, you can restore your credit and get the assistance you need from lenders.

Call Now for an Initial Consultation

When considering bankruptcy, you should work with an experienced lawyer who can review your case. Our Conroe stop mortgage foreclosure attorneys offer affordable rates and work efficiently and effectively to deliver optimal results.

Call 281-419-8733 or contact us by e-mail to arrange an initial consultation or case evaluation. Let us help you explore your options and achieve the financial freedom you deserve.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.