Foreclosure in Ohio

Can I Stop a Foreclosure and Keep Our House?

Contact a Columbus Attorney Who Helps With Foreclosures

Has the bank sent you a foreclosure notice? Has a foreclosure been filed against your house? Are you simply really behind on your bills, but you are gainfully employed and want to keep your home? You may have tried to refinance your home or borrow money to catch up the payments. There have been several commercials and newspaper articles about renegotiating your mortgage with the lender, but that is probably not a realistic option. Most banks and mortgage companies are not willing to renegotiate terms of a loan, and the foreclosure will continue.

Many homeowners respond to the mortgage company and are having "conversations" either through email or over the phone to attempt to resolve the crisis. Meanwhile the foreclosure proceedings keep moving forward and soon your home could be foreclosed upon and put up for auction.

STOP the Foreclosure, and Seek Counsel to Determine What Option is Really Best for You

At the law offices of Robert L. Caplan, the atmosphere is accepting and non-judgmental. We are here to help people, and we want to find the best solution for your financial challenges. It is possible to put a stop to the foreclosure and reorganize your finances based on what you can afford. If you are committed to keeping your home we will work with you to try to find a way to do so.

There are many reasons in today's economy why people find themselves in challenging financial situations, especially foreclosure. If you have a steady income you have options. We will work together to identify all of the potential income in your household, determine all of the debts owed and to whom, and come up with a strategy that will provide the best opportunity to start a new future. There is a way through the situation you find yourself in, and there is genuine hope for the future. Take the first step.

Contact a Columbus Attorney Who Can Help to Resolve Your Foreclosure

I invite you to contact my office to schedule an appointment to discuss your unique circumstances. We can slow the foreclosure process down and provide the time necessary to work through these issues and find the best solution for you. We may be able to reorganize your finances to allow you to keep your home, and re-establish a budget you can live with. It may be best to choose to live in another home, but you can make that decision later once you have all of your options clearly identified. I offer a free initial consultation to all clients. To set up a meeting with an experienced foreclosure attorney, contact me online or call me at 614-252-2026. My office is open weekdays between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.

Put a stop to the harassment from creditors, the anxiety and worry and start working toward a brighter future. I would welcome the opportunity to help.