You've been having a rough couple of months from a financial perspective, maybe you were laid off, had an unexpected home or auto repair, and are unable to pay your bills on a timely basis.
Overwhelmed and anxious, you're just trying to keep your head above water, you do the best that you can to make ends meet. You're worried about the future, providing for your family and assuring them that everything will be OK is your number one priority. Then, out of nowhere, you are served with a foreclosure complaint from your mortgage company. You may feel frustrated, scared, or even slightly embarrassed; don't be, as this situation happens to thousands of Floridians every year.
The worst thing to do in this situation is to ignore the legal paperwork hoping that the situation will resolve itself; it won't. This is where we can help as our attorneys have spent over a decade prosecuting and defending mortgage foreclosures. Just because you missed a payment or two, it doesn't relieve the lender of the obligation to follow state and federal laws associated with a foreclosure action. The lender also needs to comply with the default provisions of the loan documents. The fact that you had a couple of difficult months doesn't lessen the Plaintiff's burden to do things the right way.
The attorneys at David Holland Law have the expertise to analyze your case for potential defenses to foreclosure and aggressively litigate on your behalf to make sure that you are treated both fairly and in full compliance with the law. The longer that you wait to reach out to an attorney for foreclosure defense the harder it is to defend the foreclosure action against you. If you've been served with a foreclosure complaint you should immediately seek advice from an experienced attorney.
We are here to answer your questions and walk you through the process.
If you are one of the thousands of Floridians that have foreclosure complaints filed against them every month please pick up the phone and call us to schedule your free consultation today.