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Mortgage: Can bankruptcy help me save my house?


In Virginia a bankruptcy filing immediately stops a foreclosure. A Chapter 13 bankruptcy filing payment plan allows you up to 60 months to catch up on mortgage arrears while keeping the mortgage payments current in the future. A Chapter 7 bankruptcy filing will stop foreclosure for a few months, giving you time to locate new accommodation and move in an orderly fashion. During your free consultation with a Boleman Law attorney the differences on how a Chapter 7 and a Chapter 13 bankruptcy affects keeping your home will be fully explained.

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Richmond

Interstate Center
2104 W Laburnum Ave, Suite 201
Richmond, VA 23227
804.355.2057
Fax: 804.358.8704

Virginia Beach

Convergence Center III
272 Bendix Road, Suite 330
Virginia Beach, VA 23452
757.313.3000
Fax: 804.358.8704

Hampton

2 Eaton Street, Suite 106
(Corner of Settlers Landing)
Hampton, VA 23669
757.825.5577
Fax: 804.358.8704

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