I'm trying to save my property that had a balloon mortgage. I have tried to work with my lender to do a refinance and then a loan modification, but my attempts were unsucccessful. I contacted a few companies like the Foreclosure Law Center in Phila, Pa, but they want money up front and seem sketchy.
Check the Avvo directory or your state bar organization.
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I agree. You can search on Avvo, contact your local Bar Association or simply call an attorney and see if he/she can help or recommend someone.
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What is your foreclosure defense based on? Some of the "popular" defenses you hear about on the news have already been determined (unfavorably) in Maryland. Also, since you have been fighting to keep your house, there are other options, such as restructuring in bankruptcy etc. Any attorney will want money upfront and hourly. Foreclosure defense isn't something suitable for equity share arrangements.