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Lafayette Lawyer: Stop Foreclosure

If you have received a foreclosure notice, now is the time to seek legal help. The law firm of Vidrine & Vidrine in Lafayette can quickly step in and provide you with guidance and advice based on more than 20 years of experience. A bankruptcy filing will immediately stop the foreclosure, allowing you to stay in your home and take the time you need to reassess your finances.

As a homeowner, you have rights, and William Vidrine is a lawyer who can help protect those rights. He has assisted countless individuals and families in stopping the foreclosure process. Call 337-205-4603 or contact the firm online to arrange a free initial consultation.

Bankruptcy Attorney Serving Acadiana And Throughout Southwest Louisiana

As soon as Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 Bankruptcy is filed, an automatic stay goes into effect, which makes it illegal for creditors, including banks and other lenders, to pursue collection of outstanding debts.

Typically, Chapter 13 is the most effective way to become current and stay current on your mortgage payments going forward. Past due mortgage payments, as well as ongoing monthly principal and escrow payments, can all be included in the Chapter 13 plan. The bankruptcy trustee will monitor the mortgage payments and work with the bank or mortgage company to ensure successful completion of the plan.

If you want to stop foreclosure in Lafayette, contact attorney William Vidrine for effective legal representation throughout the bankruptcy process. Call 337-233-5195 or contact Vidrine & Vidrine online to arrange a free consultation today.

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

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