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Florida Litigation Group is a group of some of the best foreclosure attorneys serving individuals and businesses in Florida.

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This is how we work:

If you fall far enough behind on your mortgage payments—typically more than 120 days delinquent under federal law—the lender can begin a legal process, called a foreclosure, which allows the lender to sell your home to repay the loan.

Before officially starting a foreclosure, the lender usually must, under the terms of the mortgage contract, mail you a letter (called a breach letter) putting you on notice of its intention to begin foreclosure proceedings if you don't get current on the loan. To prevent your bank from moving forward with the action, you’ll need to bring your loan current within a specified period, typically 30 days. (You can find out more about notices and other foreclosure documents in the article Understanding Foreclosures: Your Loan and Foreclosure Documents Hold the Answers.)

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You can focus on your everyday life while we take care of the heavy lifting. We will manage every aspect of your case and keep you informed of the latest developments. Communication is important to us; we will always keep you in the loop.

STEP TWO

When you hire us, you will get the personal attention you deserve. Your case will be assigned to a team of legal experts that includes an attorney and case manager. Each person is dedicated to helping you through every stage of your case.

STEP ONE

Together we strategically determine when to accept a fair settlement value of your property and work to reach an outcome most beneficial to you. Remember you are part of the team that will decide the best course of action for your case.

STEP THREE

We understand what it takes in order to win and we will give your case the personalized approach it deserves.


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Foreclosure Defense

Rated 5 Stars By Clients

When you hire us, you will get the personal attention you deserve. Your case will be assigned to a team of legal experts that includes an attorney and case manager. Each person is dedicated to helping you through every stage of your case.

STEP 1

STEP 2

You can focus on your everyday life while we take care of the heavy lifting. We will manage every aspect of your case and keep you informed of the latest developments. Communication is important to us; we will always keep you in the loop.

STEP 3

Together we strategically determine when to accept a fair settlement value of your property and work to reach an outcome most beneficial to you. Remember you are part of the team that will decide the best course of action for your case.

HOW IT WORKS

If you want to fight the foreclosure, you’ll need to understand how to file documents with the court, rules of evidence, and more. An experienced and skilled foreclosure attorney can help you navigate the rules and advise you about your various options. For example, a lawyer can help you avoid foreclosure altogether by working out a “loss mitigation” option (like a loan modification), represent you during the foreclosure action, or help you save your home in a Chapter 13 bankruptcy.

An Attorney Can Work With Your Lender to Avoid Foreclosure
If given enough time, a lawyer might be able to work out a deal with the bank to avoid foreclosure. Here are examples of ways an attorney can help that don’t involve going to court.


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