Lawyers for Stripping Second Mortgages
Most people do not know all the benefits of bankruptcy. If you are in a state of financial crisis and need advice, it is critical you seek counsel from an experienced attorney. At our Ohio law firm, our team will help educate you about the bankruptcy process and help you obtain financial freedom.
Minnillo Law Group Co., LPA is a reputable and established law firm that represents clients throughout Southwest Ohio in bankruptcy law matters. The lawyers at our firm have helped thousands of people get started on a fresh path. Our philosophy is that each person deserves individualized attention, and we will stand by your side.
Attorneys for Stripping Second Mortgages in Cincinnati and Southwest Ohio
Chapter 13 bankruptcy is an invaluable tool that can be used for people who have encountered financial difficulties. In a Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you can save your home from foreclosure and get caught up on current payments over a period of time. In some instances, you may be able to move or strip off a second mortgage. This process, known as “lien stripping,” may be used if the amount owed on the first mortgage is greater than the value of the home.
Given the current economic state, many people find themselves in situations where they owe more on their mortgage than what their home is worth. The attorneys at our firm can help explain your options for saving your home and whether or not you may be able to strip a second mortgage. We have handled a wide range of complex bankruptcies and have deep knowledge of the law. Our lawyers are here to explain your rights and provide you with the detailed information you need to make a smart decision.
Contact an Ohio Lien Stripping Attorney
Please contact our bankruptcy lawyers to schedule a free initial consultation. Call our Cincinnati office at +1-513-723-1600 . Consultations can be scheduled at any of our three offices, and evening and weekend appointments are available by request.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.