August 24, 2020
One of the greatest goals in the adult life is owning a home. For young families, finding a “starter home” is a fun adventure. For those with older children, people are often looking for more space and want to upgrade their homes. Then, as adults reach their senior years, they often want to downsize to a home with more manageable square footage. Throughout all the years in adulthood, there are many responsibilities that fall upon you. Unforeseen events can alter your ideal plans, and hardships can make it difficult to stay on top of financial obligations.
In some cases, people find that they are forced to miss payments on their mortgages. When this happens several months in a row, a bank will consider the mortgage contract breached. Typically, after a period of 90-120 days, the bank will attempt to repossess a home through the process of foreclosure.
If you are in a hard spot financially, you may not be able to make timely payments on your mortgage. When financial concerns begin to pile up and you are worried about medical bills, student loans, or credit card debt, foreclosure becomes a terrifying possibility. It is important to know that you are not alone. By contacting an attorney early in the process, you can stop foreclosure and find the debt relief you need by filing for consumer bankruptcy.
George R. Belche, Attorney at Law, is familiar with Georgia’s state court procedures and foreclosure actions. The process of foreclosure is complex, and it takes the experience of a credible attorney to file the correct documents with the court and present rules of evidence. As an experienced bankruptcy lawyer, George R. Belche can help you understand your options and how bankruptcy can save your home.
If financial hardships have put you in a place where you are scared of losing your home, it is time to take action. Contact the law office of George R. Belche in Lawrenceville. Open during weekly business hours and for scheduling on the weekend and during evening hours. Contact him today for a free initial consultation.
George R. Belche, Attorney at Law
Lawrenceville, GA 30046