Atlanta Bankruptcy Attorney Prepares for the Next Wave of Georgia Foreclosures

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The Atlanta bankruptcy attorney Tony Sandberg has focused his attorneys at the Sandberg Law Firm on the next wave of Georgia residential foreclosures. Although the rate of Georgia foreclosures has decreased in 2011, Georgia still ranks 8th in the nation in the rate of foreclosures and the number of homeowners that are in financial trouble remains very high. The foreclosure rate is not subsiding due to an improvement in the economy or a better housing market, but due to the bureaucracy of the big banks which is causing processing and procedural delays. These problems are delaying foreclosures in Georgia that should have already occurred to be pushed back to the latter half of 2011 and into 2012 or later.

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Georgians who are in danger of losing their home can still protect themselves by contacting the Sandberg Law Firm

The Atlanta bankruptcy attorney Tony Sandberg has focused his attorneys at the Sandberg Law Firm on the next wave of Georgia residential foreclosures. Although the rate of Georgia foreclosures has decreased in 2011, Georgia still ranks 8th in the nation in the rate of foreclosures and the number of homeowners that are in financial trouble remains very high. According to RealtyTrac® the foreclosure rate is not subsiding due to an improvement in the economy or a better housing market, but due to the bureaucracy of the big banks which is causing processing and procedural delays. These problems are delaying foreclosures in Georgia that should have already occurred. This means that Georgians who are in danger of losing their home can still protect themselves by contacting the Sandberg Law Firm now, for help to stop foreclosure.

The Sandberg Law Firm helps Georgia homeowners protect their homes from foreclosure auctions on county courthouse steps. The Firm’s Bankruptcy lawyers are experts in dealing with large banks and mortgage companies. These institutions often ignore a single mortgagee who is trying to protect their home and who does not understand the ins and outs of Georgia’s non-judicial foreclosure process. Dealing with lending behemoths to stop foreclosure is a skill that the Sandberg Law Firm’s attorneys demonstrate daily. The firm, which was recently honored nationally as one of the Top 50 Consumer Bankruptcy Firms, has helped thousands of Georgia homeowners stay in their homes by stopping lenders from foreclosing.

Tony Sandberg, founder of the Firm said. "At the Sandberg Law Firm we want to stay ahead of the foreclosure wave that is coming in the last half of 2011 and will continue into 2012 and beyond. We pride ourselves in helping people who are on the brink of losing their homes; however, by preparing early, we can help homeowners even more by providing a comprehensive plan to stop foreclosure. Getting ahead of a looming financial problem can really help Georgia homeowners who are in danger of losing their home. Some financial moves can make it easier for a homeowner to remain in their home for the long term. Our Firm can assist clients improve their financial position by eliminating a second mortgage, eliminating credit card debt, dealing with consumer creditors and/or reducing the payments on their car loan. We can also assist homeowners who have to deal with the Internal Revenue Service and the Georgia Department of Revenue with details of filing for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy in Georgia.”

The Sandberg Law Firm’s staff of attorneys is one of the largest in Georgia and was recently ranked in the Top 50 Law Firms out of 20,000 nationwide. The firm’s 4 offices are convenient to most metro Atlanta and Georgia residents and are located in Atlanta, Douglasville, GA, Duluth, GA and Stockbridge, GA. The Sandberg Law Firm main office is at 229 Peachtree St, International Tower Suite 705, Atlanta, GA 30303. Web marketing and website supplied by Atlanta SEO Company, Interactive Search Marketing.

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