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Facing foreclosure can be a stressful and traumatic experience. With Vansaghi & Associates, LLC, you can fight to keep your home even if you are behind on payments. Our McDonough foreclosure lawyers have helped many clients escape the burden of foreclosure and can do the same for you. In Georgia, a creditor can foreclose and sell your house with no court approval by just publishing a notice four weeks in advance. Unfortunately, this happens all too often, and many people are left without the ability to fight to keep their home. We are dedicated to protecting your rights and helping you explore your options to save your home.

How to Fight Foreclosure in Georgia

Oftentimes, our clients have limited notice on the foreclosure of their homes and have to act quickly. We take your specific situation into consideration and can help you discover an option that will bring the most benefit to you and your family. Losing a home can be emotionally and financially draining, which is why we are here to fight for you and defend your house from creditors.

One way that is commonly used to contend foreclosure is filing Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy. When you file Chapter 7 bankruptcy, an "automatic stay" immediately goes into effect, preventing your creditors from foreclosing or selling your home without relief from the bankruptcy court. If you continue to remain behind on your mortgage payments, however, the court can give your creditor permission to foreclose your house. Chapter 13 bankruptcy is often the best option because it allows you to recognize your debts and create a payment plan to provide relief.

Benefits of a Chapter 13 bankruptcy:


Allows you to make up on missed mortgage payments
Creates a tailored payment plan for three to five years
Allows you to reschedule other debts
Prevents foreclosure on your home

Whether you choose to file Chapter 7 or 13 bankruptcy to help combat foreclosure, we are here to help you through the process. We know that each case is different and will talk with you to determine what an effective course of action is. With years of experience, we know how to handle a variety of bankruptcy issues.

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