This depends on the state in which you live and whether or not you have started bankruptcy.
 
If you live in Missouri and are not in the process of bankruptcy, you typically have 30 days to move out after the foreclosure. 
 
If you live in Kansas, you’ll have 90 days after foreclosure to move, or perhaps longer based on your particular circumstances. 
 
If you have started bankruptcy, the time you have to stay in your home will extend by 90 days minimum in addition to the previously above stated. 
 
If you have chosen to give up your house through the bankruptcy process, during the process and up until the foreclosure takes place you will typically be able to stay without paying the mortgage company any further. Basically, you can live at your home without making any further payments until you are required to leave. One of our firm’s experienced and knowledgeable Kansas City foreclosure attorneys can help you choose the best options moving forward.

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James Roswold is a Kansas & Missouri personal injury, workers comp, and medical malpractice attorney.