Foreclosure law involves a myriad of laws, regulations, and other detailed requirements. I have extensive experience assisting claimants with these cases and have achieved favorable results for many complex and often difficult-to-win cases.
When lenders and loan servicers refuse to work with struggling homeowners, civil litigation often becomes necessary.
I have extensive experience in state and federal courts for borrowers and have brought lawsuits against numerous lenders for failing to comply with the law. My goal in these cases is always the same: to help my clients save their homes and obtain an affordable mortgage loan payment.
I also assist third-party buyers with title defects that arise from errors in the foreclosure process through quiet title actions and other legal proceedings.
Title issues are not uncommon for foreclosed properties. As someone who has practiced foreclosure law both for borrowers and third-party buyers of foreclosed properties, I know how to resolve these difficult real estate matters.
Summary Process (Eviction)
Summary process (“eviction”) comes after a foreclosure has occurred. Summary process cases move at a much faster pace than most other cases, so it’s helpful to have an experienced lawyer at your side.
Have questions or would like to make an appointment?