Kane County Foreclosure Defense Lawyer
Assisting Clients Who Are Facing Foreclosure in Illinois
If you have fallen behind on your mortgage or if you have been given an eviction notice, it is important that you take action to protect your family, your property, and your rights. Filing for bankruptcy may allow you to keep your home – even after a foreclosure action is filed. It is also possible to surrender real estate that you cannot afford in a bankruptcy proceeding. At Hipple Law P.C., we are committed to ensuring that our clients receive the best possible resolution for their situations and that their homes are protected from foreclosure proceedings, if possible.
For 20+ years, we have been helping clients throughout the Chicagoland area, including:
- Kane County
- Cook County
- DuPage County
- Lake County
- Will County
No matter where you are located, we are ready to put our skills to work to protect your family and help you keep your home.
How Can Bankruptcy Protect My Home?
Filing for bankruptcy can be one of the best ways to stop all collection attempts and give you a chance to catch up on your finances. If you are facing foreclosure, now is the time to act! When you work with our firm, we will thoroughly review your debts and determine if filing for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy is right for you.
Upon filing, an automatic stay will be in effect to stop all collections, foreclosures, garnishments, and repossession proceedings. If you are facing an eviction, you may be able to delay the legal proceeding and be awarded enough time to work with your lawyer to develop a plan of action that may help you stay in your home.
Contact Our Kane County Foreclosure Attorney Today
Debt can be an overwhelming thing, and without the guidance of a lawyer, you could be facing a difficult financial situation. At Hipple Law P.C., we stand ready to provide each of our clients with information regarding their rights and the benefits that bankruptcy can afford them. We work directly with our clients to ensure that they receive personalized services.
Contact Hipple Law P.C. today by calling (847) 787-7179 and schedule a free case evaluation with our office as soon as possible for more information on how our Kane County foreclosure lawyer can help you.