Common Fraud In Foreclosures And What To Watch Out For

With the end of the CARES Act and the inflow of foreclosures estimated to happen throughout the end of this year and next, more and more homeowners will be searching for a solution to avoid foreclosure. Unfortunately, this crisis gives rise to schemes and scammers that try to take advantage of homeowners going through foreclosure. …

Do I Need A Mortgage Foreclosure Defense Attorney?

If you have received a Notice of Intent to foreclose or are already facing foreclosure then you’re probably wondering if you need a lawyer for foreclosure defense. While you can of course try to deal with your mortgage servicer and bank on your own, an experienced mortgage foreclosure attorney can greatly relieve the stress of…

How Much Does A Debt Collection Attorney Cost?

Being sued by a debt collector can be a difficult and nerve-wracking process. Working with a debt collection defense lawyer can help take the pressure off of you to make the process much easier and less stressful.  But hiring an attorney for debt defense comes with additional costs, so many people choose not to hire…

Fight Collection Agencies: What Debt Collection Attorneys Do

Are you someone that finds themself in an unfortunate situation of being sued for debt collection or receiving harassing calls from debt collectors? You can try and handle the lawsuit and collectors without any help, however, that can be really hard to do if you aren’t familiar with debt collection. Debt collection can be an…

Your Rights As A Homeowner During Foreclosure

Just because you’ve received foreclosure papers, doesn’t mean that you’re out of options.  Foreclosure is a legal process that provides rights for both sides involved, which means that homeowners have as many rights during the foreclosure process as lenders do. If you’ve been recently served notice of a foreclosure, you’re probably feeling at a loss…

Have You Received A Notice Of Intent To Foreclose?

As a homeowner, you may be wondering what to do when you get served with foreclosure papers. Like many others, you might be tempted not to respond to the Notice of Intent (NOI), but that’s actually one of the worst things you can do.  Unfortunately, many homeowners don’t know what they should do after receiving…

New CFPB Mortgage Rules For Homeowners

The 2020 pandemic harmed homeowners all over the country, making it hard for them to stay up-to-date on mortgage loans. In fact, the United States hasn’t faced a housing market like this since the Great Recession. Foreclosure filings have been on hold because of pandemic protections that stopped foreclosures from happening and allowed special forbearance…