In order to have your foreclosure questions adequately answered, it’s important to find someone that will take the time to understand your personal situation. Cookie-cutter responses aren’t going to cut it when your home is on the line – you need specific advice on what to do next from a legal professional that knows your rights.
Our foreclosure attorneys will answer your questions for free
We offer years of experience helping homeowners save their property at every stage of the foreclosure process. Most of our successful cases have come from individuals that were calling just to ask a few questions about foreclosure, and found out that they had legal protection that our firm could assist with.
While many foreclosure attorney charge for consultations, ours have remained free to the public. Many people call us and ready to sue their lender, only to find out that they may have a much easier and faster solution to their issue. We’re happy to help, and will continue offering free legal consultations for California homeowners.
Your Quick FAQs
Here are three of the most common questions we receive from homeowners looking for answers about their foreclosure situation. Do any of these apply to you?
Q: Does your lender have to notify you of the foreclosure?
Q: Will Filing Bankruptcy Stop Foreclosure?
A: Yes, in many cases, filing Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 Bankruptcy can stop foreclosure. Speak to one of our chapter 7 and chapter 13 attorneys for bankruptcy help.
Q: How much will it cost to hire an attorney for foreclosure?
A: That depends on your case, the timeline and your legal options / needs. These are the types of foreclosure questions we can answer during your free consultation.
Any good foreclosure attorney will tell you that each individual case needs personal attention, and that there is no way to get the results if the case strategy becomes cookie-cutter.
Get the Answers You’re Really After
It’s important to get your foreclosure questions answered as soon as possible. The sooner that you can start to strategize a way to save your property, the more legal options may be available to you. Our foreclosure defense attorneys will help you answer all of your questions about stopping foreclosure, and life after the process is over. Call now.