You can commence a bankruptcy proceeding to temporarily halt any pending eviction process that the mortgage lender may pursue since the foreclosure sale has already occurred. However, you may have better luck pursuing a wrongful foreclosure action since you did not have notice of the sale. You can also consider a temporary restraining order to try and stop an eviction or to enjoin the lender from taking any particular action that you feel is wrongful under the circumstances.
You should contact an attorney in your area regarding these options asap.
However, a bankruptcy alone will not allow you to keep your home because the foreclosure sale has already occurred. You are trying to regain title to your property that was previously foreclosed and should most likely be pursued through an avenue other than bankruptcy.
I hope you found this information helpful.
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