Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
How to Stop a Foreclosure Auction Immediately in Maryland
Are you worried about losing your home to foreclosure? This article provides essential information on how to stop a foreclosure auction immediately in Maryland. Discover the powerful role of bankruptcy in halting foreclosure auctions and allowing you to repay your mortgage. Steiner Law Group can help you regain control of your financial future and protect your most valuable asset—your home.Full Story
Owing Taxes While in Chapter 13: What You Need to Know
Owing taxes while in chapter 13 bankruptcy can seem daunting and the whole process can feel overwhelming. Here’s what you need to know about taxes and chapter 13 bankruptcy.Full Story
The Final Loss Mitigation Affidavit in Maryland
You are behind on your mortgage and have been receiving packets of mail from your lender. After receiving notices of default, you start getting documents that look more serious. First, you receive a “Notice of Intent to Foreclose.” 45 days later, your lender will file an “Order to Docket Foreclosure” in the Circuit Court. This…Full Story
What is an Order to Docket Foreclosure in Maryland?
The Order to Docket Foreclosure means that your lender has hired a law firm to file a lawsuit to foreclose on your home. If you receive an Order to Docket Foreclosure, you must take immediate action if you want to save your home.Full Story
The Notice of Impending Foreclosure Sale in Maryland
The Notice of Impending Foreclosure Sale in Maryland is perhaps the most important document that you will get about foreclosure, and you should NOT ignore it. This document sets a date when your lender will auction off your house to the highest bidder. You must take action before the auction if you want to save your home.Full Story
What is the Notice of Intent to Foreclose in Maryland?
The Notice of Intent to Foreclose in Maryland means that your lender has determined that you are behind on your mortgage and is giving you a chance to stop foreclosure.Full Story