In Georgia, the first Tuesday of every month is “Foreclosure Day.” It is the one day a month when home lenders are able to foreclose on homes and other real estate, assuming they have met the other requirements of foreclosure such as notice to the borrowers. Not surprisingly, the busiest day for Bankruptcy filings in Georgia is the Monday before Foreclosure Day. If you are reading this because you are facing a foreclosure of your home, we have compiled many of the top posts about foreclosures below.
- Stopping a Foreclosure in Georgia: Bankruptcy and Other Options.
- Deficiency Claims After Foreclosure.
- Do You Need a Lawyer for a Home Loan Modification?
- How Long Can You Stay in Your House After Foreclosure?
- Foreclosure Alternatives: Deed in Lieu of Foreclosure.
- Cash for Keys After Foreclosure.
- Will A Bankruptcy Case Stop An Eviction?
- How To Find a Great Bankruptcy Lawyer (and how NOT to).
- The Different Kinds of Bankruptcy.
For more reading, click on the categories across the top of this page, or the tags at the bottom of each post. Hopefully the post and articles are informative and easy to read. However, keep in mind a good lawyer can sit with you for an hour or so and come up with options that will work for your specific situation.
Scott Riddle is a Bankruptcy and Foreclosure lawyer in Atlanta, Georgia. The best way to contact us is by phone at 404-815-0164. You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org, or contact us through the contact page.