Foreclosure Defense

By: Florida Bankruptcy Advisors, P.L.  02/09/2015
Keywords: Real Estate Attorney, Foreclosure, Business Lawyer

FORECLOSURE DEFENSE: If you stop making mortgage payments, your home lender or servicer will eventually file a foreclosure complaint against you and you will eventually be served with a foreclosure lawsuit. Our team is well experienced in finding the flaws in the bank's foreclosure action and will effectively defend the foreclosure lawsuit to maximize your time in the home while developing loss mitigation strategies like a loan modification, deed-in-lieu of foreclosure or a short sale. Oftentimes we are also able to settle the lawsuit and avoid a deficiency claim against you for any amount of money owed beyond the fair market value of the home. In any case, we will be by your side to ensure you are maximizing your benefits under the law. FREE PHONE CONSULTATIONS: Call today for a free phone consultation. During your call, we will help you understand all of your alternatives so that you can better understand your options and make an informed decision about your financial future.

Keywords: Business Lawyer, Foreclosure, Foreclosure Attorney, Foreclosure Defense, Foreclosure Lawyer, Real Estate Attorney, Real Estate Lawyer

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