Filing a Chapter 13 bankruptcy stops foreclosure proceedings, giving the homeowner a chance to save their home.
San Diego, CA (PRWEB) October 10, 2013
The homeowners advocate group known as “Banking Bad” just issued a special thanks blog to San Diego Bankruptcy Attorney Craig Trenton. Craig recently helped a senior citizen stop a foreclosure on her home. Craig helped restructure her debt by filing a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy in a San Diego court. “Filing a Chapter 13 bankruptcy stops foreclosure proceedings, giving the homeowner a chance to save their home,” said Bankruptcy Attorney Craig Trenton when asked about the case. “A Chapter 7 Bankruptcy filing can possibly save a home by wiping out other debts, allowing the homeowner to focus on the home,” continued Craig Trenton.
In the homeowner’s particular case, stopping the foreclosure proceedings gave Steve Triebernig, a popular homeowner’s right’s advocate, enough time to help the woman get a loan modification processed through her bank. Steve worked with the homeowner and the woman’s home loan service provider to get her loan modified and lower her monthly payments. “When a bankruptcy attorney can stop a foreclosure like Craig Trenton did, it gives the borrower time to work with their bank to complete a successful loan modification,” said homeowner’s advocate Steve Triebernig. “In this case, it looks like it will be a happy ending for this particular borrower. For now she got a trial modification and we are just waiting to see that her actual modification is completed successfully,” continued Steve.
About Craig Trenton:
Craig Trenton has been in solo legal practice as a bankruptcy attorney for over twenty years. During this time, Trenton has practiced throughout the West, including offices in Texas, Oklahoma, Utah, and Arizona that specialize solely in bankruptcy law.
About Banking Bad:
The Banking Bad website and YouTube channel are dedicated to educating and informing the public of strange or unethical activities involving banking institutions.
Steve Triebernig is the founder of the popular website and Facebook page “Keep Bank of America Honest” and has been working to start a non-profit to help struggling homeowners across the nation, called “Hope for America”.