If your property is going to be foreclosed on in 15 days, your only possibility of saving it with the hope of a short-sale would likely be by filing bankruptcy. You likely won't have enough time for you to apply to the Court for a default hearing, to conduct the default hearing, to get a default judgment, to negotiate with your lender, and to find a prospective short-sale purchaser, to protect your property from bankruptcy. You should promptly consult with an experienced Bankruptcy Attorney and an experienced Family Law Attorney regarding your situation.
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