Homeowners threatened with losing their property can go through a grieving process similar in so many ways to losing a loved one. Your home is more than a structure. It is a safe haven and the place where you raise your family, build dreams and create lifelong memories. Things can be different when you seek the legal advice of an experienced Wesley Chapel real estate foreclosure attorney. When you fail to pay your mortgage loan, the bank takes your home and sells it to pay off the loan. But foreclosure laws are complex to navigate on your own. Banks generally have a strict process to deal with these scenarios and you may feel disoriented. The best course of action is hiring an attorney with experience in these types of cases.
A home is usually the single largest investment a person ever makes. Retaining knowledgeable legal counsel is essential to secure your financial interests in your property and avoid legal issues in the future. We stand by you through every stage of buying or selling your home, including: Drafting the sales contract, Reviewing the loan documents, Searching and clearing title, Handling zoning and permitting issues, Conducting the real estate closing. Many homeowners prefer fighting foreclosure with the help of an attorney. It is an important battle you don’t want to lose. Your attorney can take a look at the loan paperwork and determine the best course of action. Contact our experienced Wesley Chapel real estate and foreclosure lawyers today and preserve your property rights.
Our skilled real estate lawyers at DHW, P.A. protect homeowners throughout Florida with property issues, including: Foreclosure defense, Landlord and tenant disputes, Real estate transactions, and Homeowners associations issues. Our Wesley Chapel real estate foreclosure attorneys possess more than 30 years of combined experience helping property owners buy, sell and protect their homes. Attorney David H. Walkowiak heads our team of knowledgeable real estate lawyers by applying his background as a Florida Bar board certified attorney in real estate law, Certified circuit civil court mediator, and Licensed Florida real estate broker.
If you have received a foreclosure notice, you may have powerful defenses available to you. However, Florida law limits the amount of time you can respond after the bank serves you with a foreclosure complaint — often only 20 days from the date you receive the foreclosure notice. If you miss this deadline, you might forfeit crucial legal rights that can benefit you, including: Mortgage loan modifications, Short sales, Home Affordable Modification Program (HAMP)Principal Reduction and/or deferments, Home Affordable Refinance Program (HARP), Loan forbearance, Bankruptcy, Home Affordable Foreclosure Alternatives. We offer a free, no-obligation consultation to discuss your options, including those that may save your home. Because time is of the essence, we provide telephone and video conference appointments as well, if you cannot come to our location. At your meeting, we evaluate your situation to develop a unique plan of action that is best suited to your circumstances.