Receiving notice that you may lose your home to a foreclosure can be devastating. You may worry about where your family will live, how you will ever purchase another home, and whether or not you will ever be financially secure again.
At Gillespie & Murphy, P.A., our mortgage lawyers believe in helping individuals and families protect their homes against mortgage foreclosures.
Protect your home against foreclosure with a legal team you can trust. We will take every available action to prevent mortgage foreclosure and save your home. Contact our attorneys today for a free consultation.
A foreclosure usually begins when an attorney for your mortgage company sends you a notice of foreclosure. If you have received a notice, you should immediately contact us. Contact an attorney as soon as possible. The earlier we can become involved in the process, the better our chances are of protecting your home. Once a foreclosure is initiated, a date will be set for sale by the Clerk of the Superior Court. There is only a limited period of time after the sale for you to recover your home. So contact us as soon as possible.
Filing bankruptcy can stop your foreclosure! Let us help you explore all of your bankruptcy options to stop harassing creditors and save your home.
Our foreclosure lawyers are dedicated to helping clients pursue options in bankruptcy to avoid foreclosure. If you are facing foreclosure, let us provide an immediate evaluation of your case. Our attorneys will work with you to explore all of your options and alternatives so that you can make the best decisions for your family. Do not let a bank foreclosure disrupt your home and your security. We can help. Contact our attorneys today.
Contact Gillespie & Murphy, P.A., to schedule a free consultation at our New Bern, Wilmington, Greenville or Jacksonville, North Carolina, offices. We are lawyers with the dedication and experience to help you quickly obtain relief from mortgage foreclosure through bankruptcy.
We are a debt relief agency under the United States Code. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.