Experienced Attorneys Specializing in Foreclosure Prevention
Are you facing foreclosure? The foreclosure lawyers working with CLA protect homeowners that may face foreclosure or bankruptcy. The number of Foreclosures in the U.S. is nothing short of astonishing, so if you are considering legal action to prevent foreclosure the foreclosure lawyers at CLA is your best bet to maximize return on investment. Over 2 million people have lost their home in 2008 and there is no sign that 2009 will get any better.
The foreclosure lawyers at Foreclosure Lawyers of America have built their firm around highly trained legal professionals made up of foreclosure attorneys and mortgage modifiers. Our foreclosure attorney network recently expanded its legal services nationally. Our legal team ensures direct communication with your lender's loss and mitigation department. You will benefit tremendously from our negotiating strategies that produce lower mortgage payments and renegotiated mortgage balances. If your home lender refuses to modify your loan in a timely manner, we will invoke Federal Court to help delay the foreclosure proceedings until a solution is achieved that works with your goals and expectations.
The foreclosure process begins with a Notice of Default and can go to court if the Lenders don't reconsider with a quick modification to meet your needs for a lower mortgage payment or principal balance reduction below or equal to 100% loan to value.
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If you are faced with losing your home due to foreclosure by the bank or mortgage company, contact Foreclosure Lawyers of America immediately for a free no hassle consultation. You need to know your legal rights.
Retrieving your home equity enables our clients to recapture what they may have lost as a result of predatory lending and the existing sub-prime mortgage crisis.
Foreclosure Lawyers of America created a system that helps homeowners to continue the stay in their home for 6-12 months without making any loan payments! This program was derived directly from the Federal consumer protection statutes and the civil code.
For example if your monthly payment is $3,000 per month, in 8 months you will recoup $24,000, in 16 months that is nearly $50,000. Your recoupment will continue to grow the longer we are able to keep you in your home.