ORLANDO FORECLOSURE DEFENSE

Orlando Forclosure Defense

Orlando Forclosure Defense

Are you facing foreclosure on your home or an investment property? Don’t lose hope. An experienced foreclosure attorney can help you understand your options. Our Orlando foreclosure defense lawyers are here to explain the foreclosure process to you. Contact us to review your case, see whether you have any defenses, and explain what alternatives you may have.

Even if you’re behind on your mortgage payments, the bank cannot take your house until after they file a foreclosure lawsuit, and get judgment against you. The house will then be set for foreclosure auction on a date set by the judge, or negotiated by your lawyer and the bank’s lawyer. You may still have options at any point in this process. You need to speak to a knowledgeable lawyer if you are behind on your payments, have been served with a summons and complaint, or are even further along in the foreclosure process.

ACT NOW. If you have been served, it is imperative that you act right away. You only have 20 days to respond to the lawsuit, and failing to respond could make the foreclosure process go much more quickly. You could also lose the ability to raise many defenses to the foreclosure action.

You may think there is nothing that can be done, but that is not always the case. You may be able to seek a loan modification in order to keep your house. The loan modification process is lengthy, complicated, and frustrating. Our experienced lawyers have guided many people through this process, and can assist you.

Even if you are not interested or eligible for a loan modification, a knowledgeable lawyer can review your case for possible defenses, seek discovery from the bank, and make sure that bank has all the proper paperwork before they try to take your house. Additionally, a lawyer may be able to help prolong the process to give you more time to make arrangements to leave your home on your own terms.

Our lawyers can help guide you through this process regardless of the situation. If you are interested in pursuing a deed in lieu to foreclosure, we can explain what that means, and how you apply. We can assist you in figuring out whether you may be able to sell your house through a short sale and avoid a foreclosure judgment.

Even if you are ready to let go of your house, a lawyer can help you plan for it. A lawyer can help explain your options, and assist in negotiating the terms of a consent judgment with the bank’s attorney.

DON’T LOSE HOPE. YOUR FUTURE MATTERS TO US.

Contact our office by phone at (407) 459-8415, by email at legal@dklegalgroup.com or use our contact form below to arrange a free consultation today.

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