Should I file bankruptcy before forecloser on my home or after?

Should I file before forecloser on my home or after the forecloser has started.

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There is no simple answer to this question. When it comes right down to it, the answer will depend on the specifics of your situation. In some cases, filing for bankruptcy could save you from having to foreclose on your home. In others, bankruptcy and foreclosure will both be necessary. If you are struggling financially and considering bankruptcy or foreclosure or both, the safest thing to do is present your issues to a legal professional in the bankruptcy filed of law. Under the guidance of a bankruptcy attorney, your case will be thoroughly assessed and a determination specific to your unique situation will be made. Sometimes this may call for foreclosure, and other times you may be able to escape it. It will ultimately come down to the circumstances involved in your case.

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