Stop Foreclosure And the Sale Of Your Home

No one ever plans on falling behind on their mortgage and facing the prospect of foreclosure. Such a future can be altogether frightening and worrisome to say the least. But when you understand your rights, you begin to understand that this doesn’t have to be your future, and our lawyers can help.For more than 50 years, Blankenship Massey & Associates, Attorneys at Law, has helped hundreds of individuals and families avoid foreclosure and, in some cases, keep their homes by helping them file bankruptcy. We understand the U.S. Bankruptcy Code and how to use automatic stays in your favor to stop collections, giving you the time you need to develop a strategy to regain control of your finances.

Using Bankruptcy To Temporarily Stop Foreclosure

Even though filing Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy only stops foreclosure proceedings temporarily, this may give you the necessary time to reevaluate your financial situation and start taking steps to either keep your home or, at the very least, decrease your tax burden if foreclosure proceedings resume. The attorneys at Blankenship Massey & Associates are trained in bankruptcy law, giving you access to insights you might not otherwise have. We will help you evaluate your financial situation and make recommendations that will give you the debt relief you need. We will assist in the preparation of paperwork, filing a bankruptcy petition and speaking to judges. We are with you every step of the way and throughout every court interaction.

Schedule An Appointment Today

Don’t let the fear of losing your home because of debt stop you from considering all of your options. Talk to the attorneys at Blankenship Massey & Associates and get sound legal advice that meets your unique circumstances. To schedule a free initial consultation at either of our Kentucky offices — Erlanger or Dry Ridge — call 859-905-0936 (toll free 800-491-9956) or send us a message online. We serve clients throughout Kentucky, Ohio and Indiana.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.