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Recent Posts in Foreclosure Category

  • Amid COVID-19, Florida Governor Suspends Foreclosures

    || 20-Apr-2020

    Since President Donald Trump declared a national emergency due to COVID-19, Americans’ lives have been turned upside-down. Schools have been closed and students switched to online learning. Businesses everywhere have shut down. Concerts, conventions, and events have been canceled, and even movie theatres have closed their doors. As a result, millions of Americans have been forced out of ...
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  • Is It Too Late for Me to Save My Home?

    || 15-Mar-2017

    Have you run into financial trouble? As a homeowner, the prospect of losing your house can be devastating. However, once you are facing foreclosure it may seem like you have no other options. Before you give up hope, consider several alternatives that may be available to you as you navigate your current financial circumstances. A skilled foreclosure defense lawyer can walk you through these ...
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  • An Overview of Mortgage Modification Mediation in FL

    || 1-Aug-2016

    One of the most widespread fears associated with filing for bankruptcy is the possibility that a person will lose their home during the process. Under certain circumstances, homeowners and certain investment property owners who file for bankruptcy in Florida may be able to negotiate an arrangement to keep their property through a process known as Mortgage Modification Mediation (MMM). This process ...
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  • Dischargeable and Non-Dischargeable Debts During Bankruptcy

    || 20-May-2016

    Bankruptcy is for the honest but unfortunate individual, often says Judge Paul Glenn of the Middle District of Florida. And for those that qualify for bankruptcy protection, it is all about finding ways to start their financial life over again, leaving creditors, wage garnishments, and more behind them. There is no bankruptcy law, however, that guarantees how much of your debt will be eliminated, ...
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  • Jacksonville and Florida Foreclosure Rates See Improvement

    || 6-Apr-2016

    Sometimes everything in the news can seem pretty negative. It is good to get some good news once in a while, and even better when it comes from your own communities. Here in Jacksonville, and all across Florida, actually, foreclosure rates are declining and remaining low, according to recent reports. In January of 2015, foreclosure rates for Jacksonville was 1.71% and in 2016 an even lower 1.65%. ...
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  • Deficiency Lawsuits and Judgments

    || 22-Feb-2015

    Around 2007 when the real estate market bubble in Northeastern Florida burst, many homeowners saw the value of their homes cut in half. To make matters worse, struggling businesses in St. Augustine and Jacksonville were conducting lay-offs or closing their doors altogether. Many families on Florida’s First Coast struggled to continue making their mortgage payments, and large numbers failed. ...
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