Falling Behind on Your Mortgage?

Know your foreclosure rights and seek foreclosure counseling to save your home

Many homeowners experience life-changing events – job loss, divorce, disability, illness, the death of a spouse, etc. Any or more of these can cause them to fall behind in their mortgage payments, and there’s not much more frightening than fearing the loss of your home. When a homeowner has fallen behind on their mortgage, they often feel embarrassed about the situation and, as a result, they fail to take prompt action.

This is a mistake.

If you’ve fallen behind on your mortgage payments, it’s important to explore all of the options available to you through qualified foreclosure counseling. Knowing your rights when it comes to foreclosure and understanding foreclosure protection can make a world of difference in potentially saving your home and getting your life back on track.

Falling Behind on your Mortgage? Be Wary of Foreclosure Fraud and Scam Artists

In any crisis, the scam artists seem to come from every side trying to take advantage of your financial problems and vulnerable situation. They may pretend to offer foreclosure rescue and ‘quick-fix’ solutions to help homeowners. Unfortunately, these so-called foreclosure specialists usually end up charging lots of money in fees but getting very little in the way of a permanent solution for their clients.

Only by working with an experienced legal professional will you find a way through your financial crisis. Many homeowners aren’t aware of the wide range of legal options they have in the event they are facing foreclosure, but our team of experienced lawyers are foreclosure experts who can stop foreclosure fraud and harassment.

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Get Expert Foreclosure Crisis Counseling if You’re Falling Behind in your Mortgage Payments

You can effectively put a stop to a bank who wants to repossess your home and put you out on the street – you just have to know how to do it correctly and within the law, and we can help you here at the Litvin Law Firm.

Depending on the state laws that govern your property, the types of documents used in the loan, and the terms of the loan are all important. If your loan has been sold and re-sold a few times, there may be difficulty proving who actually owns the lien on the property. In that case, we may be able to explore foreclosure fraud litigation. Everything must be examined and taken into account before the right solution can be identified and implemented.

At Litvin Law, we’ve helped thousands of individual homeowners stop foreclosure efforts by the banks and fight foreclosure to save their homes. Knowing your foreclosure rights and understanding the mortgage foreclosure process is critical to finding the solution that works for you, your family, and your home.

If your home is being threatened with foreclosure because you’ve fallen behind on your mortgage, get in touch today. The dedicated and experienced foreclosure defense attorneys at Litvin Law Firm (877-829-4104) can help you. Call to immediately connect with a foreclosure specialist.