Legal Advice for Avoiding Foreclosure — 78 results
Written by attorney Daniel Newbold, about 4 years ago. STAFF PICK
Introduction Frequently, the personal representative of a probate estate is confronted with the situation where the decedent died owning real property (often the decedent’s home)... more
Written by attorney Teisha A. Powell, almost 6 years ago. STAFF PICK
Know your monthly budget The Federal Government recently designed a program to specifically help troubled borrowers save their homes from foreclosure. That program is called “Hope Now.”... more
Written by attorney Jacqueline Salcines, 6 months ago.
Tips and guides when facing a foreclosure sale to stop the sale and save your home. Contacting the Lender Make sure that if the lender is represented by counsel you are reaching out to the... more
Written by attorney Shaye Larkin, 6 months ago.
. , Unfortunately, by the time many folks visit a bankruptcy attorney they will have already depleted assets, such as retirement accounts, which could have been protected in bankruptcy.... more
Written by attorney Margery Golant, almost 2 years ago. STAFF PICK
We are seeing an enormous number of scam artists who are out to take advantage of the desperation of people having trouble with their mortgages, or who are in foreclosure. There are ways... more
Written by attorney Michael J Sawyer, over 3 years ago.
I. SUMMARY OF
PUBLIC TRUSTEE FORECLOSURE PROCESS
public trustee foreclosure is an administrative process conducted by the county
public trustee. The need for a
foreclosure is... more
Written by attorney Ray Garcia, over 2 years ago.
A Las Vegas Jury recently awarded a family $3.4 million in a wrongful foreclosure case. As you can guess, this wasnt your everyday foreclosure. It kind of reminds you of the McDonalds hot... more
Written by attorney David Anthony, over 5 years ago.
Know What You’re Buying If the foreclosure of a “mansion” starts with a $1.00 bid, be careful–the foreclosure might be “subject to” an existing lien on the property. This means that, for... more
Written by attorney Lee Friedman, over 3 years ago.
How does foreclosure work? is a common question asked by many
homeowners who are seeking foreclosure help and are trying to either
avoid foreclosure or stop foreclosure now. Since the... more
Written by attorney Jeffrey Baxter, about 5 years ago.
What is Your Objective? Do you want to: (i) keep your home (with reduced payments); (ii) give the property back to the lender (Deed in Lieu of Foreclosure; (iii) contest the foreclosure... more