Yes — in many cases filing a Chapter 13 bankruptcy can stop a home foreclosure sale from proceeding. Over the years, many Rhode Island homeowners have used this type of bankruptcy filing to prevent foreclosure and allow themselves to get caught up on their mortgage payments and keep their house.
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