5th Feb 2018


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We are almost 5 months past the incredible Hurricane Harvey.  Immediately following the hurricane, several mortgage companies and car creditors starting deferring payments to those affected by the storm.  These deferments are now ending, which leaves consumers wondering how they are now going to catch up on 4-5 months of payments.  What can you do?  You don’t want to lose your house and your car that you have worked so hard for all these years.


Chapter 13 may be the solution for you.  Hundreds of people are struggling in the aftermath of the storm and are now entering the financial storm from Harvey.  Chapter 13 will allow you to put those back mortgage and vehicle payments, as well as most other types of payments, into a 3 to 5 year payment plan so that you can hold on to your most precious assets.  Don’t let all your hard work go down the drain.  Call me today and we’ll discuss your options to make a payment plan that will be court-approved so that you don’t have to deal with the mortgage company or car lender on your own.  Turn these problems over to me and I’ll help you craft a plan to keep your home and transportation.


I offer a free, no obligation, consultation to discuss your concerns and we can work together to try and find the right individualized approach for you.  Please contact me at 281-847-4345 or rkemsley@kemsleylaw.com.  I look forward to hearing from you soon.

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