If you have missed property tax payments, you can lose your home when the town or county forecloses on your property. The tax foreclosure process is a complicated and involved legal proceeding. The county or city will have an attorney representing them and so should you. I can help you take the appropriate steps to allow you to keep your home.
If you are not able to pay your back taxes, you can file a Chapter 13 bankruptcy. A Chapter 13 bankruptcy filing will stop the foreclosure process and allow you up to 5 years to get caught up with your unpaid property taxes. While the bankruptcy can be filed as late as the day before your house is sold at foreclosure auction, it is important that you contact me immediately to see what I can do to help you. The dates involved in the property tax foreclosure process are quite complex and having an attorney review your situation immediately is in your best interest. Every month you delay dealing with the problem it becomes progressively more expensive to correct, as the city and county will continue to charge you fees and interest.
The sooner you contact me the more options you will have and the less it will cost to keep your home.