Legal Guides for Foreclosure
Written by attorney Raffy Boulgourjian, over 4 years ago. STAFF PICK
I am repeatedly asked, What is the fastest way to stop a foreclosure? If you are facing foreclosure and have already fallen behind on your payments, have large amounts of credit card debt... more
Written by attorney Kevin Lee Linder, over 5 years ago. STAFF PICK
A few helpful tips: Our office constantly gets phone calls about families facing financial crises. The numbers are staggering — 2 million homes projected to be in foreclosure; 2-3 million... more
Written by attorney Margery Golant, almost 6 years ago. STAFF PICK
The topic of deficiency judgments is a very confusing one, since the laws that cover this are different from state to state. Florida definitely DOES allow deficiency claims, and unless... more
Written by attorney Moises Aguilar, almost 5 years ago. STAFF PICK
Accept Your Situation - You Can't Change What You Can't Change. The money tree dried up. Savings are gone. Default is here. What lies ahead depends on NOW - how you handle yourself, how... more
Written by attorney Richard Weaver, about 2 months ago.
Foreclosure laws in Texas can use non-judicial foreclosure proceedings in most instances but can also require a court proceeding that eventually results in a court order of foreclosure. The... more
Written by attorney Harry N. Konst, over 1 year ago.
NEW YORK STATE FORECLOSURE - Know Your Options:
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If you are having trouble making your mortgage... more
Written by attorney John Malaise, over 2 years ago.
The collapse of the housing market in 2007 led to a drastic rise of foreclosures in the United States. With so many defaulted loans, Americans should familiarize themselves with foreclosure... more
Written by attorney Ray Garcia, over 2 years ago.
Renters are being seriously affected by foreclosures almost as much as homeowners these days. The downfall of the mortgage industry has resulted in millions of foreclosed homes.Most of the... more
Written by attorney Madanmohan Ahluwalia, over 2 years ago.
Under early English and U.S. law, the mortgage was treated as a complete transfer of title from borrower to the lender. The lender was entitled... more
Written by attorney Isaac Benmergui, about 3 years ago.
You cant afford to buy the home of your dreams so youre renting one instead. Youve just discovered; however, that the house youre living in has gone into foreclosure. Can you stop paying... more