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NASHVILLE, TN, March 19, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- The threat of foreclosure is a very real and very frightening one. The Nashville bankruptcy lawyers at Clark & Washington understand that no one ever wants to lose their home, and they encourage you to take steps to avoid foreclosure if possible.
There are only two ways to stop a foreclosure in Tennessee: the mortgage lender can voluntarily stop the foreclosure from occurring or you can file for personal bankruptcy under Chapter 13. Unfortunately, mortgage lenders do not often choose to stop foreclosure proceedings on their own, so your best option for keeping your home is to file for bankruptcy.
Filing for Chapter 13 Nashville bankruptcy can stop a pending foreclosure up until moments before your property is sold, even if the seller does not have actual notice of your filing until after the fact. Filing for Chapter 13 before a sale is made invalidates any foreclosure sale, meaning that you will be able to keep your property.
Although it is possible to rush a bankruptcy filing, you are best served if your Nashville bankruptcy attorney has time to meet with you and carefully review your information. Clark & Washington encourages you to schedule a free consultation with one of its attorneys as soon as you learn of a pending foreclosure. You are under no obligation to file for bankruptcy, and the initial consultation is completely free. Your lawyer will review your case and help you to determine whether filing for bankruptcy is, in fact, your best option.
Financial hardship shouldn't cause you to lose your home. Learn more about how to stop foreclosure at http://www.bankruptcyattorneynashville.com.
About Clark & Washington:
Established in 1983, Clark & Washington is now one of the leading bankruptcy filers in the Southeast. They have locations in Georgia, Florida and Tennessee. Clark & Washington specializes in personal chapter seven and 13 bankruptcy. They offer honest, helpful legal advice to those experiencing financial hardships.
For more information, visit http://www.bankruptcyattorneyNashville.com.
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