The discharge was granted over a month ago. We are still living in the house. We are going to be away for a couple weeks. I am afraid to come back and find we are locked out or my belonging removed. Can they do this or is there a procedure before ...
I agree with what others have stated. In order for the bank to take possession of the property, it needs first to complete the state action foreclosure process. This most likely will be a lengthy process which could be made lengthier if you defend the foreclosure. To answer your other question, no, you are not incurring new debt from the lender. That debt has been discharged.See question
Just wondering if I am seeing this correctly..Gov Rick Scott DID NOT sign the bill that would mandate 50/50 custody . I'm hoping not
Like the attorneys before me said, the bill was vetoed.See question
customer representative at Bofa said FHA loans aren't supported by principal reduction. I am in foreclosure and trying to get assistance. They said since I got a modification already I probably wouldn't get another one. What should my next step be...
Defending a foreclosure and attempting a workout with the bank are not mutually exclusive. In fact, they complement each other. In order to have time to get a successful modification, you will need to defend the foreclosure litigation. Further, often the banks are more willing to deal with a homeowner aggressively defending him or herself.
When choosing a lawyer, you should select one who will vigorously assert all possible defenses and who will work with the bank to modify the loan.See question