If a foreclosure has been filed against your real property, Rowland & Yauger would be glad to discuss your legal options and rights with you.
A foreclosure against your real property in North Carolina could result in one or more of the following:
- Loss of Your Real Property
- Negative Credit Reports
- Deficiency Judgments by the Lien Holder
- Loss of Equity
- Financial and Emotional Hardship
In addition to helping you keep your real property, the assistance of an experienced, Bankruptcy attorney can put an end to harassing phone calls from creditors and ease the financial and emotional strain often associated with these difficult times.
One of Rowland & Yauger‘s experienced North Carolina bankruptcy attorneys will be glad to meet with you and explain to you in detail the differences between a Chapter 7 and a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy filing in order to help you determine if either option is correct for your particular situation. Both the Chapter 7 and the Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Plans can bring relief to a difficult financial time, and give you a chance to rebuild your financial life. Our objective is to make an honest debt assessment of your particular situation and determine if Federal Bankruptcy protection is the right option for you.
If you need relief from harassing creditors, Rowland & Yauger invite you to contact our office for a free consultation to learn how we can assist you in handling this matter. Contact us or call our office at 336-691-2876 or toll free at 910-722-9717.