Orlando Foreclosure Lawyers
For many people facing a potential bankruptcy, keeping the home is the first priority. This is possible in bankruptcy, but it is important that you have skilled representation on your side, educating you on all the decisions along the way. This can provide you confidence that both your current and future goals are being accomplished.
Winter Park Mortgage Modification Attorneys – Helping To Save Your Home
At Almeida & Gordy, P.A., our attorneys are committed to providing the guidance you need to avoid foreclosure and save your home. We will assess your long-term goals for the home. If you wish to stay in it, we will take an aggressive stance in defense of the property. If you decide that you are better off losing the home and moving forward, we can help you through that process.
Our lawyers will explore certain opportunities that might be available to you. If you wish to keep the home, we will help to create a workout plan that will allow you to repay the debt of the home in a more manageable manner. If you do not wish to keep the home, there are other options available, including short sale or a deed in lieu. The priority is to put together the solutions that best meet your specific goals, based on your circumstances and hopes for the future.
Mortgage Modification Mediation
We are available to facilitate mediations with creditors to adjust the mortgage to a more manageable repayment plan. This discussion allows the creditor and debtor to meet and understand each party’s goals, working together to get the home paid off over a period of time.
Our attorneys will also investigate any allegations of fraud or wrongdoing by the creditors. This is unfortunately not that uncommon, and many times, this can be used in bankruptcy court to the advantage of the debtor.
To arrange an initial consultation to discuss your foreclosure and how an Orlando foreclosure attorney can help, please contact our Florida law firm today at 407-680-1797.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.