Go to the Miami-Dade County Clerk of Courts website.
Open your browser and go to http://www.miami-dadeclerk.com. This is the Clerk of Courts website which will allow you to conduct a search to determine if a foreclosure has been filed against you by your lender.
Select the "Civil / Probate Justice System" option on the left-hand side of the page
This link on the left-hand side of the page will bring you to a search page where you can enter your information and find out if a lawsuit has been filed against you.
Select the "Standard Case Search option
Once your browser has gone to the search options page, you will have several different search options available. Select the "Standard Case Search" option.
Enter your name (last name first).
You are now at the "Search Page." In the box designated, "Party Name" enter you name, last name first. Example: Doe, John.
Select "Mortgage Foreclosure" in the "Case Type" box from the drop-down menu and click on the "Search" button
Next go down to the "Case Type" box, which has a drop-down menu. Scoll down this menu unitl you reach "Mortgage Foreclosure." Select "Mortgage Foreclosure" and click on the search button located at the lower right-hand side of the page. If a foreclosure lawsuit has been filed against you, you will see the lawsuit appear on your browser when the search is complete. If nothing shows up, that does not necessarily mean a lawsuit has not been filed against you. The Court has a slight delay in getting new cases on the computer system.
If you believe a foreclosure lawsuit will be filed against you, check the site often
Check the site often if you believe that a foreclosure lawsuit is going to be filed against you.
Don't wait for s foreclosure action to be filed against you, be proactive and contact an attorney who deals with foreclosures and bankruptcy to see what options you have available to deal with your specific situation.
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