You and your family love your home. When circumstances get bad and you can’t make payments, there is nothing worse than getting a notice of default. If you’ve received one of these recently, don’t worry, you might not have to lose your home.
A foreclosure lawyer has specific knowledge to fight the bank so that you and your family stay in your home. Don’t wait and contact a foreclosure attorney immediately. The more time we have to help, the better off you and your family are.
Don’t let the bank take your home. They don’t want it. Instead, they want to work with you. We’ll fight the bank for you, so you don’t have to. Here is how we will do it.
A Foreclosure Lawyer Represents You
Learn About Foreclosure Options
Once a foreclosure is announced, there are many new options available to you, but you don’t know about them all. We help you avoid the many pitfalls of negotiations and provide you with options, so you can keep living in your home.
The bank understands every avenue available to you. Their lawyers tell them what to do and how to react. We can be there as a surrogate, so someone takes your interests into account. We’ll advise you on the best course of action.
Don’t Let Them Withhold Loss Mitigation
Depending on the loan you receive, there might be loss mitigation options that allow you to stay current on payments. You likely aren’t aware of it and the lender has no interest in telling you. We’ll examine the loan to see if loss mitigation is an option and help you through the process.
Lenders aren’t infallible. If they made mistakes in the foreclosure process, professional attorneys could raise them in a lawsuit to stop the foreclosure. This can buy you more time or even tip the negotiations in your favor.
It’s the Best Chance of Keeping Your Home
Hiring a foreclosure lawyer is the best chance you have to keep your home. The bank has many lawyers on its side ready for a fight, so let us represent you. We’ll take on the lender and aid in keeping your home.
If you want to learn more about California foreclosure laws, please contact our representatives today.