Stop Foreclosure

Many people make every effort to stay current on their mortgages, financing other expenses with credit cards. Staying in your home can mean the difference between a safe, stable life for your family and an uncertain future. Our lawyers explain how bankruptcy can stop foreclosure.

To learn more about how we can help you, call Forghany Law P.C. in Massachusetts at

or in Connecticut at
. We provide free initial consultations at all of our locations, including Lawrence and Hyannis.

You And Your Home Are Protected By The Automatic Stay

Whether you have already missed a mortgage payment or are about to miss one, bankruptcy is an effective way to stop or delay a foreclosure action. The automatic stay takes effect immediately after you file, ending the foreclosure proceedings, along with wage garnishment and creditor harassment.

Because our attorneys focus solely on bankruptcy and foreclosure issues, we know your full range of options. We will learn the specifics of your situation and provide recommendations based on our extensive experience. In many cases, staying in your home depends on several factors. Having an attorney who understands bankruptcy and foreclosure can make a significant difference in your case.

Homeowners Have Many Options

Our firm has your best interests in mind. We are committed to providing honest advice, even when that means telling you that bankruptcy may not be your best option. After we review your finances and the status of your mortgage, we can explain the differences between Chapter 7 and 13 bankruptcy as well as the pros and cons of a short sale.

Contact Our Firm

Forghany Law P.C. can analyze your situation and explain how bankruptcy can save your home from foreclosure. Schedule a free consultation with our foreclosure defense lawyers online or call us at

in Massachusetts or at
in Connecticut.

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