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Giving DC homeowners a chance on mortgage issues

Home, as they say, is where the heart is. So imagine how agonizing it is for Washington homeowners who are on the threshold of a foreclosure. Whether the mortgage issues were due to the economic crisis, mortgage fraud, job loss or any other reason, homeowners should have a fighting chance to keep their homes. Our law firm has helped a considerable number of people win back their homes, as well as turn their financial woes around.

What most people who are having trouble with foreclose and debts do not realize is that there is a legally acceptable way to save their homes and clear their debts. This comes in the form of Chapter 13 bankruptcy. While the mere mention of the word "bankruptcy" can conjure negative feelings, our skilled lawyers have been able to convince many people that bankruptcy's bad reputation is undeserved. Not only have our lawyers made a lot of people believers, we have helped them turn their lives around, as well.

A Chapter 13 filing allows Washington, D.C., residents to restructure their debts. Through a debt repayment plan, which generally lasts from 3 to 5 years, you are able to keep your home and other assets, while gradually paying off any debts. This also protects you from creditor harassment. Our experienced lawyers have helped people under a Chapter 13 bankruptcy filing go through the process more smoothly, until the debts are finally discharged. Because we give homeowners a fighting chance, we take pride when they overcome their problems with our assistance.

Debt relief is not just a pipe dream. Our Washington law firm, together with the countless people we have helped in Washington, D.C., and the neighboring states of Maryland and Virginia, know this for a fact. Bankruptcy is legal and doable. It can also help you become more competent as you strive to improve and renew your financial status.

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