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Expert Counseling To Avoid Foreclosure

Each year thousands of North Carolinians experienced financial hardship and are faced with Foreclosure.  Ken King and the staff at the King Law Firm understand the stress you are facing.  We can provide comprehensive Chapter 7 and 13 bankruptcy protection representation for each individual client’s needs.

Attorney Ken King has more than 30 years of experience helping North Carolinians.

When You File For Bankruptcy – Stop Foreclosure

In order to save your home, you must file a chapter 13 bankruptcy before the foreclosure sale. If you delay filing and the foreclosure sale occurs, you then have no legal basis for getting your home back. At King Law Firm, we’ve saved thousands of homes by implementing a Chapter 13 for our clients.

It doesn’t matter if your distressed property is a rental or family home, you can place your past due debt on the home in a Three to Five year repayment plan under the Chapter 13 Bankruptcy and catch up on your debt and keep your home.

Call Us Today For A Free Consultation

Our bankruptcy team is available to speak with you and answer your questions at (800) 635-1683  You may also send us a message to schedule your free no obligation consultation with an experienced,  bankruptcy lawyer.  

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.

Call Our North Carolina Bankruptcy Lawyers For A Free Case Evaluation And Find Out if You Qualify Within A Minutes

(910) 455-4065

Call Our North Carolina Bankruptcy Lawyers For A Free Case Evaluation And Find Out if You Qualify Within A Minutes

(910) 455-4065

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We are a debt relief agency.  We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.