Foreclosure Attorneys In Florida
Foreclosure is a trending topic with today’s economy, and it is important to stay knowledgeable on all of the basic facts. Here at Pinkston and Pinkston we think it is important to help answer questions when it comes to foreclosure. Call us today to schedule an appointment so that we may help you through this difficult process.
Q: What is foreclosure law?
A: Foreclosure law governs the process of a bank or financial institution foreclosing on a home or insisting that the occupant vacate the premises. Typically, the home will be then sold to regain monetary interest in the home.
Q: Is there any way to stop a foreclosure on my home?
A: Sometimes your bank will give you a short time span to pay the amount of money you are in arrears and stop the foreclosure of your home. This is not always possible to do. If you are unable to do so, or the bank is unwilling to work with you, which is more often the case, filing for bankruptcy can help you through the process of keeping your home
Q: What should you do if you know you are going to miss a house payment?
A: Call Pinkston and Pinkston as soon as you know you are going to be unable to make the payment.
Q: Do I need to hire a foreclosure attorney?
A: It is recommended that you hire a bankruptcy attorney. They will be knowledgeable on the subject and help you in a financially responsible way to fight to save your home and more often than not MUCH less expensive than hiring someone in the foreclosure defense field potentially saving you thousands of dollars that could be reinvested into saving your home.
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