Stop Foreclosure

Do Not Let the Bank Take Your House. Stop Foreclosure.

It seems that everything you try comes up just short. You juggle your bills, you try to work things out with the credit card companies, the bank and your mortgage lender, but making your house payment has become too difficult every month. At the law office of Burns & Hansen, P.A., in Minneapolis, our lawyers understand. Millions of American families are experiencing the same problems.

If you have already received a notice of foreclosure, or believe you may be facing foreclosure in the near future, it is not too late to prevent it. It is vitally important to talk to an experienced bankruptcy attorney who is familiar with the process and can take immediate action to save your home or investment property.

"No matter how far along the bank is in the foreclosure process, filing bankruptcy will bring it to a screeching stop." Attorney Patrick Burns

From offices in Minneapolis, our experienced lawyers help individuals and families throughout Minnesota stop foreclosure and seek real relief from overwhelming debt through bankruptcy. To discuss your case in a free initial discussion with a lawyer who can take immediate action on your behalf, contact us today.

Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Can Stop Foreclosure in Its Tracks

Is keeping your house necessarily the best thing for your family? And is bankruptcy necessarily the best option? There are some practical considerations when determining whether it is better in the long run to stop a foreclosure by filing for bankruptcy or to allow a foreclosure to proceed.

  • How substantial is your mortgage debt? How far in arrears are you?
  • If all of your credit card debt was taken care of, would you be able to afford your mortgage payments?
  • Would you be able to afford a home loan workout plan that included all of your debt?
  • Is your home worth substantially less than the mortgage value? Is a renegotiation possible?

For many of our clients, family considerations such as keeping their children enrolled in the school district is a primary reason to fight a foreclosure. We can help you understand your rights and practical options in keeping your home in bankruptcy, if possible, or in pursuing another avenue that can help you achieve your goals.

Learn more about avoiding foreclosure at our Bankruptcy Practice Center

Your notice of foreclosure will not go away on its own. No matter where you are in Minnesota, call us toll free at 866-291-4854 or contact us by e-mail to arrange a free initial discussion today.

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