The housing market heats up and cools down, but the costs of home ownership are always significant — especially in places like New Jersey and New York. With housing prices and mortgages so high, it can be easy for almost anyone to fall behind on payments. An illness, an injury, a job loss or another unexpected setback can lead to delinquent payments which can ultimately lead to foreclosure and losing your home. At the Law Offices of Craig A. Squitieri in Bergen County, New Jersey, we help homeowners save their homes or get out of debt through:

    • Foreclosure mediation
    • Loan modification
    • Refinancing
    • Personal bankruptcy
    • Forbearance
    • Short sales

In addition, there are two programs you can take advantage of in New Jersey if your home is at risk for foreclosure: the New Jersey Foreclosure Mediation Program and the New Jersey Bankruptcy Court Loss Mitigation Program. We are familiar with these programs and their nuances, and we can help you determine if these options are suitable for your situation.

Experienced Help In Debt Relief

When we serve as your lawyer, our goal is always to resolve your debt problems and restore your financial health. Whenever possible, we will work to help you save your home through alternatives to foreclosure. We can assist with a wide variety of matters, including negotiation with the bank or arguing on your behalf in bankruptcy court.

When it’s not possible to save your home or that’s not what you want, we will work with you to find the debt solutions that best meet your needs and goals.

Serving Clients Throughout Bergen County

For the help of an attorney who is experienced in foreclosure relief and debt relief, call the Law Offices of Craig A. Squitieri today at (201) 676-0018 to schedule a free initial consultation. You can also contact us by email.

We represent homeowners and other types of clients throughout Bergen County and surrounding areas of New Jersey and New York.

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