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COLORADO FORECLOSURE DEFENSE LAWYER

Foreclosure and Mortgage Help

When you are facing financial difficulties and have increasing concern over how to pay your mortgage, bankruptcy can stop home foreclosure and you can stay in your home. However, filing bankruptcy is not always necessary. With the help of a bankruptcy attorney, you may be able to restructure your debts and reduce your mortgage payments.

 

At the Denver law offices of DebtBusters, P.C., we offer foreclosure help for clients throughout the state of Colorado by restructuring their debts or filing bankruptcy, whichever one is best for them. We won't just set you on a predetermined track. We will explain your options to you and develop a plan that is tailored specifically to your needs. Contact us for foreclosure help today.

Restructuring Loans

When clients come to us for mortgage help, they are in dire need of financial relief. Often their financial troubles are the result of increasing interest rates that price them out of their homes. Edward Levy was a CPA for more than 15 years before he started practicing law. As a result, he understands the financial system and uses this knowledge to effectively negotiate with banks and creditors to restructure your loan and reduce your mortgage payments.

Filing Bankruptcy

Are you facing foreclosure on your home? Filing for bankruptcy can stop foreclosure and eliminate your debts, giving you a fresh start. At DebtBusters, P.C. we will help you decide if bankruptcy is the best option for you.

Contact Us

When you want to stop home foreclosure, we can help. By being proactive and negotiating with lenders early, we can reduce your mortgage payments and help you avoid filing for bankruptcy. At the Denver law offices of DebtBusters, P.C., we will serve your interests and negotiate with mortgage lenders on your behalf. Contact us for a free initial consultation.

 

 

DebtBusters, P.C.

Ptarmigan Building, Suite 575
3773 Cherry Creek North Drive
Denver, Colorado 80209

Phone (303) 481-6350

Facsimile (303) 484-4226