Avoiding a Tax Deed Sale by Filing Bankruptcy
In this video, attorney Charlie Price describes how filing Chapter 13 Bankruptcy can help you avoid a Tax Deed Sale. This form of bankruptcy is extremely useful when it comes to Tax Deed Sales because it allows you to spread out the money you owe over a span of about five years. It also lets you designate the way you pay back the money. Instead of losing your property, you can just file bankruptcy.
Hire a Central Florida Bankruptcy Lawyer
If you or someone you love is struggling with debt, the Orlando bankruptcy attorneys at the Price Law Firm can help. Visit our website or call us at 407-834-0090 for a free consultation.