Foreclosure & Bankruptcy
Brooklyn NY Foreclosure Attorneys
Serving homeowners in New York City and Long Island. Bankruptcy provides debtors with significant protections from creditors and their collection activity. The automatic stay, created by the filing of the bankruptcy petition, stops all collection activity. This creates a shield around a debtor’s assets that prevents all debt collection activity, including mortgage foreclosures.
Under the automatic stay, mortgagees cannot initiate a foreclosure action and must cease all legal proceedings. In certain cases, however, a creditor may initiate a relief from stay to petition the court and the trustee to release a home or property from the automatic stay. In order to avoid having your property seized through a relief of stay requires sound legal advice and guidance. By using a Chapter 13, you can cure mortgage defaults and reinstate a mortgage.
Avoiding complications arising from bankruptcy and foreclosure requires accurate, timely legal information. To schedule an appointment and learn more about how we can help you protect your interests, contact the Brooklyn NY foreclosure attorneys at Rosenberg, Musso & Weiner today.
Understanding Your Options during Bankruptcy
The Brooklyn NY foreclosure attorneys at Rosenberg, Musso & Weiner advise and represent individuals, businesses, creditors, and trustees in regard to the following:
Our Level of Experience and Dedication
As New York bankruptcy lawyers with a combined total of over 60 years of legal experience, we have the legal skills necessary to represent the rights of either creditors or debtors involved with foreclosure and bankruptcy. For debtors, we can analyze your finances and advise you which type of bankruptcy you should file for. For creditors, we can explain your rights and liabilities as a creditor in a bankruptcy, and help you determine your most cost effective strategy.
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Whether your house is being foreclosed on and you want it to stop, or you just received notice of one of your tenants filing bankruptcy, we can help. Call us to arrange an initial consultation and find out what we can do for you. Or, contact our Brooklyn NY foreclosure attorneys by e-mail to give our attorneys more information about your concerns.
To learn more about your rights under federal bankruptcy law, visit our About Bankruptcy section, or our blog.