Queens Foreclosure Lawyers
Foreclosure defense in Queens, Brooklyn, Bronx and Nassau County. Our legal team will help you Stay in Your Home .
Poltielov Habib, LLP is a foreclosure defense and bankruptcy law firm servicing clients in Queens, Brooklyn, Bronx, Staten Island, Manhattan, Nassau, Suffolk and Westchester Counties. Our New York lawyers offer personalized legal representation to our clients to achieve the best results possible. We take pride in our work and strive to achieve the most for our clients.
If you have been served with a notice of foreclosure by your bank or have been served with a summons and complaint, a Queens foreclosure defense lawyer at Poltielov Habib, LLP may be able to help you. Foreclosure is a very stressful and daunting process, but you do not have to lose your home. Our foreclosure defense lawyers will take the time to explain the process of defending you in your foreclosure. By consulting a foreclosure attorney at our firm as soon as possible, you can fully understand your options and fight to stop foreclosure.
Queens, Brooklyn, Bronx, and Nassau County Bankruptcy Lawyers
Our Bankruptcy Attorneys will take the time to explain the process of filing for bankruptcy, and our low fees make it possible for most people to file and get a fresh start. Our Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Lawyers can eliminate debt, stop collections, stop wage garnishment, stop the eviction process, stop foreclosure, and get rid of old IRS debt as well as judgments. Most people file Chapter 7 bankruptcy to get rid of credit card debt and medical bills, and are surprised to learn that the benefits of filing extend far beyond wiping out that debt. Filing Bankruptcy is usually a great step towards re-building credit.
Our Chapter 13 bankruptcy attorney can immediately stop your foreclosure, eliminate your debt, stop collections, and eliminate [strip] a second lien, if possible. Filing a Chapter 13 is usually the best way to stop a foreclosure and save your home. A Chapter 13 bankruptcy can often achieve a more favorable forbearance and/or re-instatement agreement, as long as you can afford to keep paying the mortgage and get caught up on missed mortgage payments.