Have you slowly fallen behind or have already been behind on your mortgage payments long enough to have foreclosure threatening your doorstep? If so, then perhaps it’s time to call Attorney Hayes for some guidance and help about potential mortgage debt relief.
When the Internal Revenue Service’s (IRS) use the term, “Mortgage Debt Relief”, they are usually meaning the taxes on the excused mortgage will be waved upon filing for your income tax return. This is nice since the excused balance might add up substantially, creating even higher repayment plans.
The mortgage debt relief plan is primarily geared for those who had their mortgage debt excused between the years of 2007 and 2012. However, there are circumstances involving mortgages in the year of 2013 as well. And with the constant change in economy, there are other financial routes you can take to get back on your feet again too.
There are specific requirements and criteria you must meet before you can file for mortgage debt relief. Due to the complexity of this matter, we will be able to explain everything you need to know in order to make an informed decision to move forward with the process. Since we offer a free consultation, we recommend you scheduling an appointment with us to discuss your legal options. We look forward to hearing from you.
Mortgage Debt Relief:
- Certain stipulations apply to potential applicants
- Find out if you qualify for Mortgage Debt Relief
- We can compile all necessary documents to move forward with this process
- Provide you with other resources for assistance