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Foreclosure Defense

Foreclosure Defense

Flexible payment options to fit your budget.  Many homeowners are not aware that there are usually several defenses that can be asserted in every foreclosure action. These foreclosure defenses usually have something to do with the conduct of the institution holding your mortgage, the loan officer, items not properly disclosed and regulatory requirements that the lender has not complied with. Our firm will conduct an in depth analysis of your case and assert all pertinent claims to fight your foreclosure.

Some of the options available to you are:

  • Short Sale
  • Stipulated Foreclosure with no deficiency
  • Loan Modification
  • Deed in lieu of Foreclosure
  • Bankruptcy

Depending on your situation, these options can either keep you in your home, or allow you to move on with your life and walk away from the home in a way that is most financially beneficial to you. Our experienced Foreclosure Attorneys can guide you through the entire Foreclosure Process, assisting with:

  • Negotiating with your mortgage lender to modify your mortgage
  • Defending the foreclosure of your home by asserting all applicable defenses
  • Communicating directly with your mortgage lender’s legal department to reach an amicable resolution
  • Examining relevant mortgage and legal documents to establish whether the mortgage holder has the legal right to foreclose on your home
  • Negotiating a deed in lieu of foreclosure
  • Helping you file bankruptcy in an effort to halt the foreclosure

Time is of the Essence

You have only 20 days to answer a foreclosure lawsuit after you have been served with the initial complaint. If you have been served with a foreclosure complaint, you should contact a Foreclosure Attorney immediately to determine what your options are, and what actions you need to take in an effort to save your home. Having the right foreclosure Information can oftentimes make the difference between saving your home and losing your home. In many cases, we can help you stay in your home. And when staying in your house is not the best option for you, we can help you move on from your foreclosure in the best way possible and help rebuild your life.

If you are in the process of foreclosure, facing foreclosure soon, or would simply like more foreclosure information, please contact us for a free consultation to learn what options are available to you.

Home already in Foreclosure?

Know your mortgage. Review your loan documents to determine your rights and obligations under your mortgage.

Be wary of potential scams. There are always people willing to take advantage of desperate individuals facing foreclosure to make an easy profit. Never sign a legal document without reading it and being sure that you understand it. If you do not understand something, it is wise to seek trusted professional advice from an experienced foreclosure attorney.

Loan Modification Companies

Do not hire a loan modification company to represent you. It could mean the difference between keeping your home and losing your home.

Use a licensed Attorney to represent you

One that has years of foreclosure experience in dealing with the banks and their attorneys. A good foreclosure attorney should know what the bank is going to do before it even does it.

Do something about it

98% of Americans just do nothing and end up losing their home because they did not know what to do or waited too long and now it is too late to stop the foreclosure and save their home. This problem will not go away after the bank takes your home. After the bank determines its loss on your property, it will file a lawsuit to recover that money from you. Remember, the worse thing you can do is nothing.

How much does it cost?

We offer flexible payment options that can fit most budgets. These options include a one-time Flat Fee or Low Monthly payments.

Call toll free 1-866-775-0008 or (407) 999-0045 or you can complete our Contact Form.

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