Proven Foreclosure Protection for Homeowners in Michigan

Each year, hundreds of thousands of Americans face the frightening possibility of losing their homes. The threat of finding yourself without a place to live, with no home for your family, can be overwhelming. You may feel that life is spiraling out of control. But, you can reclaim that control.

If you have fallen behind on your mortgage payments and you are worried about foreclosure, speak with a foreclosure defense lawyer from our team at Moran Law. Our founder, Ryan Moran, has a Rating of Excellent by Avvo and has a reputation for effective, knowledgeable advocacy. Our approach of putting our clients first sets us apart from other firms. We can help you understand your options so that you can regain control of your financial future and make the right decisions for you and your family.

What should I do to protect my home?

Ignoring foreclosure notices won’t make the problem go away: It’s important to take action. By speaking with a Detroit / Flint / Ann Arbor bankruptcy lawyer from our team at Moran Law, you can obtain advice tailored to your situation and the peace of mind that comes from knowing an experienced professional is on your side. At our firm, Attorney Ryan Moran is rated as one of the country’s Top Lawyers Under 40 by the American Society of Legal Advocates. You can benefit from his specialized and proven knowledge.

At Moran Law, we can help you:

  • Put a stop to foreclosure proceedings
  • Protect your credit history
  • End your mortgage on good terms
  • Look into deficiency judgments
  • Protect you against potential tax obligations
  • Lessen your unsecured debts without protecting your assets

Foreclosure Defense Methods

Chapter 13 bankruptcy, short sales, and “deed in lieu of foreclosure” are three potential foreclosure defense methods. Filing Chapter 13 bankruptcy puts an immediate stay on a foreclosure proceeding. Under Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you can reorganize what you owe into manageable payments over a longer period of time. Learn more about Chapter 13 bankruptcy. If you are willing to walk away from your home while getting rid of your mortgage debt, short sale or deed in lieu could be two viable options.

Percent of Homes in Foreclosure by State

CoreLogic National Foreclosure Report, January 2014 – http://www.corelogic.com/research/foreclosure-report/national-foreclosure-report-january-2014.pdf

Discuss your situation with our firm to learn which solution is right for you. Contact our team at Moran Law at (248) 246-6536 for a free case evaluation.