Save Your Home; Stop Foreclosure - Robert J. Adams & Associates


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Robert J. Adams & Associates

Save Your Home; Stop Foreclosure

February 1, 2018

Mortgage companies in Illinois will proceed with a foreclosure at some point when a homeowner falls behind on payments.

Probably the most effective way of stopping or preventing a foreclosure is filing Chapter 13.

The basic requirements are

  1. Being able to resume regular monthly mortgage payment;
  2. Being able to repayment the arrearages and the mortgage company’s cost over a period of up to 5 years; and,
  3. Having a sufficient amount of income to meet your other living expenses.

Robert J. Adams and Associates stands ready to help and when necessary can file a case with the court even the same day.

For more detailed information go to our website:

You can down load for free our eBook: SAVING YOUR HOME And Other Real Estate in Illinois.

Or, read our blog:

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Robert J. Adams & Associates

540 W. 35TH Street (First Floor), Chicago, IL 60616
228 N. Genesee, Waukegan, IL 60085
Phone: (312) 724-5650

About 4 blocks west of the ball park.

Call us at: 312-346-0100
Cell: 312-804-1944

Ph: 847-223-5500

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