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Los Angeles Second Mortgage Lien Stripping Lawyer

San Fernando Valley Mortgage Debt Relief Attorney


If you are considering Chapter 13 bankruptcy as a way to prevent foreclosure, chances are you have considered other options as well. Getting a second mortgage may have seemed like a good idea at the time, but it often leads to greater concerns down the road. Luckily, bankruptcy could allow you to strip the second mortgage from your home and get some immediate relief.


At the Orantes Law Firm, our Los Angeles second mortgage lien stripping attorney is dedicated to protecting the rights of homeowners throughout Southern California. We know how scary it is to face the threat of losing your home to foreclosure, and we will make sure you understand your full range of rights and options as we help you look for long-term solutions.


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A second home mortgage lien can buy you some time when you are facing foreclosure. In some cases, it can provide you with just enough time to save your home. But many people end up just kicking the can down the road where they run into an even bigger obstacle.


When you file for Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you will get the chance to work with your creditors to create a payment plan you can actually afford. During this process, it is possible to strip your second home mortgage lien. Taking both your mortgages into account, our lawyer will work closely with your creditors to create a plan that is in your best interest.


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Struggling with debt is a challenge, but you are not the first person to deal with these issues. Our firm has helped clients across Southern California, and we can help you come up with a plan to save your home and simplify your mortgage. From our offices in Los Angeles, we offer legal counsel in both Spanish and English. Contact us today to schedule a free initial consultation and learn more.


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