How Can I Protect My Home?

Home ownership is an essential part of the American dream. It is no surprise that one of our clients' biggest questions is "How can I protect my home?" Both Chapter 7 and 13 bankruptcy provide debtors with opportunities to remain in their homes. Even if bankruptcy is not the best choice for you, our attorneys can assess your circumstances and explain the different ways you can protect your home from foreclosure.

Call Forghany Law P.C. for a free initial consultation with our bankruptcy attorneys in Hyannis, Lawrence or any other of our many convenient locations. You can contact us in Massachusetts at

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Bankruptcy Exemptions Protect Your Assets

We are often contacted by people who are deeply in debt but reluctant to consider bankruptcy because they do not want to give up the home and other assets they have worked so hard to maintain. In reality, the Bankruptcy Code provides for exemptions that protect your property from being sold to repay outstanding debts.

Depending on the specifics of your situation, your house, vehicle and personal property might be completely protected. Our experienced lawyers can help you choose the best strategy for protecting your most important property.

Our Firm Will Present All Of Your Options

Bankruptcy is not the only way to prevent the bank from foreclosing on your home. We have considerable experience representing homeowners in foreclosure proceedings, and our attorneys have successfully negotiated loan modifications and payment extensions for many clients.

Contact Us

If you are considering filing for bankruptcy, we can help you determine the most effective strategy for protecting your property. Contact us online for a free consultation or by phone in Massachusetts (

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