Jacksonville Automatic Stays Lawyers
Protecting Clients Facing Foreclosure in Florida
If you are facing foreclosure, you may think that there is nothing you can do to stop it. However, there are several options available to you. One of these options is an automatic stay, which is a court order that stops all foreclosure actions.
An automatic stay can be requested in several ways, including:
If you are facing foreclosure, you may want to consider filing for bankruptcy. At The Law Office of David C. Meltzer, PLLC, we have been helping people like you for more than 30 years. We can help you get an automatic stay and protect your home.
Call (904) 418-7454 today to discuss your case with our Jacksonville automatic stays lawyers. We offer free consultations.
How Automatic Stays Work
An automatic stay is a court order that immediately halts all foreclosure actions. This means that the bank cannot move forward with the foreclosure, and it cannot sell your home while the stay is in effect. While the stay is in place, you have time to work on a solution with your lender.
How to Get an Automatic Stay
To get an automatic stay, you must file for bankruptcy. You can file for Chapter 7, Chapter 13, or straight bankruptcy. The automatic stay will be issued as soon as you file your petition.
After you file for bankruptcy, the automatic stay will be issued immediately. This means that the foreclosure process will be halted, and the bank cannot sell your home. You will be able to use the automatic stay as a way to get time to work on a solution with your lender.
Why You Should Consider Filing for Bankruptcy
Filing for bankruptcy is a smart choice if you are facing foreclosure. You can use your bankruptcy case as a way to get an automatic stay and protect your home. We can help you get the relief you need.
At The Law Office of David C. Meltzer, PLLC, we have helped countless people like you get the relief they need. We can help you, too. Contact us online or call (904) 418-7454 to schedule a free consultation with our Jacksonville automatic stays lawyers.