forclosure and bankruptcy
Our house was put on a sheriff sale with out our knowledge. We still intend to keep our home. We are working hard to get hte money but we have heard that filing for bankruptcy will stop it.
1 Answer from Attorneys
Re: forclosure and bankruptcy
It may. Then again, it may not.
You NEED a lawyer who represents you in this matter; don't muck around with this by yourself. If you can't afford an attorney's fees, check with your county or state bar association to see if there is a legal aid society in your area that can provide services to you at a reduced fee or no fee. Another route to take if you can't afford a lawyer is to go to a local law school and become a client of their civil practice or bankruptcy clinic (the "attorneys" on your case will be upper-class law students working under the supervision of one or more faculty, and the help you will get will be good, solid help).
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