How Soon Do I Have to Get Out of My Home After Bankruptcy?

: Chris Lee Law Firm

  Filed under: Bankruptcy

preparing for bankruptcyClaiming bankruptcy is a big step and one that comes with mixed emotions. At first there is a lot of apprehension as to whether it is the right decision. Then there are concerns as to what is involved and what you may lose. It may have been that you gave up your home. Now you aren’t sure what happens next. How soon do you have to move out? This can be a frightening experience. You should discuss with your Fort Worth bankruptcy attorney what the terms and conditions are regarding this.

There are legal procedures that have to be followed by the lender in order to make your vacating the house legal and official. It won’t be that somebody will show up at your door the next day after your bankruptcy demanding that you move out now. It can take weeks or sometimes even months before the process has gone through all the legalities.

Hopefully once you decided to relinquish your home during the bankruptcy you made arrangements for moving and finding another location. This is no doubt a stressful time in your life. Once everything settles down you will enjoy the relief of not having creditors constantly harassing you. You can now get on with a fresh start to your new life. The most difficult time should now will be behind you.

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