Experienced Foreclosure Attorneys in San Diego
You can rely on our real estate foreclosure attorneys
Bankruptcy Law Offices of Mark L. Miller are your trusted real estate foreclosure attorneys in San Diego. We will put a stop to the process of foreclosure by helping you quickly file bankruptcy. This will grant you automatic stay and protect your home against foreclosure while we take the time to reorganize your debt into manageable monthly installments that fit your needs.
Stop foreclosure by reorganizing your payments through Chapter 13
Facing foreclosure means it may be the time to file for Chapter 13 bankruptcy in San Diego. By reorganizing your current debt payments, you can lower your monthly payments to amounts you can afford.
San Diego’s reputable foreclosure attorneys from the Bankruptcy Law Offices of Mark L. Miller have helped thousands of clients file for Chapter 13 relief. We have over 25 years of experience and have helped tens of thousands of people through many housing crashes over the years. If you want to keep your house we will fight to keep your house.
Make your house payments affordable again
If your home payments seem unaffordable, a Chapter 13 bankruptcy is a sound way out of your financial predicament. Filing for Chapter 13 provides some instant relief:
- Forcing lenders to stop any foreclosure sale of your home
- No more phone calls from debt collectors
- Lower, more affordable monthly payments
- Possible elimination of a second mortgage
How to get rid of a second mortgage
If your home is currently worth less than you owe on your first mortgage, you may be able to eliminate your second mortgage (and third if you have one) through Chapter 13. For more information on how to eliminate a second mortgage, contact Bankruptcy Law Offices of Mark L. Miller.
How to Get Rid of a Second Mortgage
If you are considering walking away from your home because you do not have any equity in the property, this might be your chance to keep your home and rebuild equity. Home values have been dropping in the San Diego area for several years. If your home is currently worth less than you owe on your first mortgage, you may be able to eliminate your second mortgage (and third if you have one) through Chapter 13.