We can walk you through all of the above foreclosure defense strategies, determine which ones you qualify for, explain the benefits and disadvantages of each option, and be pragmatic with you about the likelihood of success in each possible plan. Banks often do not want to foreclose if they can help it, and they are often far more likely to negotiate with experienced foreclosure defense lawyers.
Our team is also responsive to the changing foreclosure regulations as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. President Trump and Florida Governor DeSantis have introduced federal and state-level foreclosure stays, respectively, throughout portions of 2020, many of which are still in flux. We continue to monitor the evolving rules and can advise our clients on how they impact their cases. If you are confused about whether the pandemic foreclosure moratoriums protect you or believe your lender is violating them, we can help.
The most important thing to remember is you are not alone, and you have options in your foreclosure defense fight. However, the sooner you choose to empower yourself with legal assistance, the better. Florida foreclosure relief options become more limited if you choose to wait too long after receiving a lawsuit summons, so it is essential to contact us as soon as you are notified – or, even better, as soon as you anticipate the possibility of foreclosure. The sooner you call, the more options you will have.
We empathize that the threat of foreclosure is always a scary situation and is even more so now with the uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic. Our Tampa foreclosure defense attorneys can guide you through your perilous moment and work to put you on the road to success. We look forward to working with you and giving you the relief you deserve.
Do not wait to call our team at Cremeens Law Group PLLC. Dial (813) 683-8688 or contact us online to take the first step in building your foreclosure defense.