Stopping Foreclosure

The best thing about filing for bankruptcy protection is that it stops all collection and foreclosure actions in their tracks. There is more than one way to avoid home foreclosure. Depending on your situation, a Chapter 13 or even Chapter 7 bankruptcy filing can save your home. If you are behind in your mortgage payments or have received a foreclosure notice, contact a Maine stop foreclosure attorney.

In Chapter 13 bankruptcy, a payment plan is arranged whereby you make regular payments over a period of three or five years. Debtors receive much of what they are owed, but if you have enough money to make mortgage payments according to the plan, you will keep your home.

Other solutions to your debt problems include possible mortgage modification, short sale and other options. Contact me to learn what options could work for you.

Stop Foreclosure

When you need a lawyer, you want one who knows the law, cares about your situation and gives straight answers. I am Jeffrey P. White, and I have been a bankruptcy attorney for over 25 years. My approach is to offer you long-term solutions rather than "patching up" your situation. Teaching someone to fish is a long-term solution more effective than simply giving someone a fish, as the old saying goes.

I handle Chapter 7, Chapter 13 and Chapter 11 bankruptcy, protecting clients' sensitive information with care and understanding. I was born and raised in Maine. In 1984, I started my own bankruptcy firm. Today, I offer legal services in bankruptcy, real estate, nonprofit, and business law in Portland, Lewiston, and Auburn, Maine. Contact a Portland, Maine avoid home foreclosure lawyer online or call my law firm at 207-689-2111.

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