Dealing With Second Mortgages In Bankruptcy
Many homeowners in Oregon have used second mortgages to make improvements to their homes or obtained a home equity line of credit as a source of additional financing. As the economy ebbs and flows and the housing market follows it course, second or third mortgages can place a real financial strain on the household budget. When combined with outstanding medical bills, student loans, credit card debt, personal loans, tax debts and other obligations, financial burdens can become overwhelming. Moreover, if the value of the home falls below the overall balance of debt due on the home, options for improving the financial picture can be limited.
Personalized Legal Solutions To Conquer Debt
At The Law Office of Kim Covington in Eugene, I work with families and homeowners who are struggling with debt. I founded my law practice to provide personalized and discreet legal representation to help members of the community obtain a new financial beginning. As an experienced bankruptcy attorney, I have earned a reputation for my skill in creating innovative solutions to complex debt problems. If you have an unmanageable mortgage structure, are facing foreclosure or need help getting back in control of your finances, I can provide it.
Several options may help you manage your mortgage, while obtaining debt relief under the Bankruptcy Code, including:
- First and second mortgage modifications
- Stripping second mortgage liens on underwater homes through Chapter 13 bankruptcy
- Judicial lien removals to render the second mortgage an unsecured debt
Many individuals and families face financial strife related to different types of debt. Medical bills, credit card debts and personal loans are often the focus of debt relief. However, an unmanageable mortgage may complicate the debt relief process. Eliminating secured debt is important, but looking at the whole picture is often critical in obtaining a true fresh start. I evaluate every detail to obtain optimal results on an individualized basis.
Contact A Skilled Bankruptcy Lawyer In Eugene
To learn more about how my experience and knowledge of bankruptcy law and debt relief options can serve you, please call 541-393-2790 or send me an email to request a free and confidential consultation. I have office in Eugene to serve you, with flexible scheduling available.