Generally, foreclosure is the legal process through which a lender, mortgage company or other secured lien holder sells an owner’s real property in order to satisfy a debt or other legal obligation.
The recent recession has spurred a significant increase in foreclosures. Many property owners have found themselves facing foreclosure through no fault of their own. Some have become unemployed through layoffs. Others have experienced increased monthly payments due to interest rate or assessment adjustments. Still others have had contractors who filed a claim of lien even though construction was not completed as agreed. Regardless of your situation, the Ball Law Center can help you defend against a foreclosure case. We can also guide you through alternatives to foreclosure, such as short sale, loan modification, and deed in lieu of foreclosure.
In addition to defending against foreclosure cases, the Ball Law Center is experienced at prosecuting foreclosure actions. So, if you are a lender, mortgage holder, contractor, or community association in need of assistance foreclosing upon a property owner, we can also help you.
Some examples of foreclosure cases in which we have successfully represented clients, include:
If you are facing the possibility of foreclosure, are in need of prosecuting a foreclosure action or have a similar legal concern, please call the Ball Law Center today at (941) 740-2255 to schedule a confidential consultation to discuss your options with a foreclosure attorney.