Avoiding Foreclosure Is Difficult to Do Alone

There are few things more frightening than receiving a foreclosure notice from your bank. Unfortunately, negotiating with the bank to obtain a delay of foreclosure or a home mortgage modification can be a frustrating and confusing process. It is often hard to get a bank representative on the line, much less obtain a deal that helps you get out from under your debt.

If your home is at risk of foreclosure, it is important to seek the help of an experienced attorney as soon as possible to explore your options. From her offices in Denver and Huntersville, North Carolina, attorney Beth Carter helps her clients navigate the complex process of foreclosure forbearances and mortgage modifications. Beth has more than decade of experience helping clients resolve debt-related matters in Charlotte and the Lake Norman area.

An Advocate on Your Side During Bank Negotiations

What tools do you need to negotiate a modified mortgage with your bank? How do you know if a bank's proposal will actually help you keep your home? How do you even start the process of modifying a loan or delaying foreclosure? With over a decade of experience advising clients about their debt relief options, Beth can help you answer these questions.

In these situations, it is important to remember that it is in the best interest for both you and your bank to avoid foreclosure. The key here is persistence. Beth can give you the tools you need to enter negotiations with confidence and trusted legal advice should your bank propose an offer for a modification or forbearance.

It may be possible to modify the terms of your mortgage with your lender in conjunction with a Chapter 11 bankruptcy, but it can be a difficult process. Beth can advise you on whether this is an option in your case.

Free Consultation at the Law Offices of Beth B. Carter

For a no-cost, no obligation meeting with an experienced lawyer to discuss ways you can avoid home foreclosure, call 704-817-0269 or toll free at 888-354-6975. You may also contact the office online.