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Foreclosure Defense

Are you facing foreclosure in or around Gainesville?

If you have fallen behind on your mortgage payments, you may be worried about the threat of losing your home. If you have already been served with a complaint from your lender, you need to take action if you wish to challenge the foreclosure action. You will need the legal help of a qualified attorney, one who is well-versed in foreclosure defense in your area.

Through skilled foreclosure defense tactics, you may be able to contest or delay the foreclosure. You may also wish to file a bankruptcy petition which will further impact the foreclosure process. You may have many alternatives and options that you are not aware of. Only by working with an accomplished bankruptcy and foreclosure defense lawyer will you learn what these options are and how to initiate them.

I have helped countless clients throughout the greater Gainesville area with foreclosure, bankruptcy, and other debt relief actions. Because of my long track record of practice since 1987, I have extensive experience in all of the legal aspects connected with these matters. Contact me at Robert J. Warren, P.A., Attorney at Law, so that we can meet personally to discuss your foreclosure situation. In such a consultation, I can review your situation, help determine your viable options, and get started on whatever course of legal action is necessary.

The Foreclosure Process

The foreclosure process generally takes 5 to 6 months (even longer in some cases) and can be a complicated, upsetting, and confusing experience. You should fully understand your legal rights under the law as well as the many complicated legal issues that may be involved in your case. As your Gainesville foreclosure defense attorney, I can evaluate your financial situation as well as the foreclosure you are facing so as to determine the best course of action to take. Mortgage modification, a short sale, bankruptcy, or deeds in lieu are all methods of dealing with foreclosure. The option that is best for you will be based on the unique facts of your case as well as your particular objectives.

Facing a potential foreclosure can be a daunting prospect. You don't have to face it alone. I am committed to helping clients reduce their financial distress, save their homes, and rebuild their futures. Let me use my experience and skills to help you today.

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