Foreclosure Defense New Haven CT
Are you behind in your mortgage payments? If so, you are not alone. Help for foreclosure defense New Haven, CT is available. At The Law Offices of Ronald I. Chorches, we consider protecting our client’s home one of the most important, and rewarding, parts of our profession. We pride ourselves in the ability to stop a foreclosure, and we do this in the fastest way possible. Our firm can help you to remove equity loans and second mortgages. With our strategy, we’ll help you to get caught up on your payments, and even take care of any owed property taxes. When you want the best New Haven, CT foreclosure defense lawyer, look no further than The Law Offices of Ronald I. Chorches.
When you miss mortgage payments, the lender can initiate a foreclosure process. Eventually, if things go their way, you will lose your home and it will likely be sold at auction. In the event it is auctioned off, and for less than what you owe, the lender can still come after you for the difference. A situation like this can be worrisome. Let The Law Offices of Ronald I. Chorches examine your case to put a stop to the foreclosure process. As soon as we do this we’ll start to find a solution to get you out of the situation you are in. Time is of the essence. There is a point in the process in which your home will be lost forever. To learn about foreclosure defense in New Haven, CT, call our firm now.
What a Lawyer May Be Able to Do Prior to the Sale
Each homeowner’s financial situation is inherently unique. Before we find a solution to your needs, we’ll need to review the details of your case. Through a consultation, we’ll provide you with the most practical solution that can get you going on the path towards financial freedom. Rest assured we’ll do our best to save your home. Call our firm today.
Helping You with Property Taxes
Property taxes can add up, and when they go unpaid, they can add challenges to your foreclosure proceeding. We can talk with you about your property tax debt and help you to get enough money to catch up on the amount owed. This can be done on your own timetable, and not according to that of the government. It may be possible to ask authorities to allow you to repay your property tax debt over a period of 3 to 5 years.
Past Due Mortgage Payments
As with your property taxes, we can ask the mortgage company to give you between 3 and 5 years to get caught up on your mortgage payments. At the same time you can be protected by the United States Federal Court. This is done through developing a plan based on your income, as well as an order from a federal judge.
Removing a Second Mortgage or Equity Loan
Depending on the circumstances on your case, we may be able to help you remove a second mortgage or equity loan. This is often possible when your house is worth less than what is owed. Let us talk to you about this New Haven, CT foreclosure defense opportunity during a consultation.
What if the Foreclosure Has Already Happened?
In the event the foreclosure has already occurred, you may still have rights. There is a redemption period in which you can live in your home. You may also be able to re-claim your home at this time. There are strict rules and stipulations, including reimbursing the party who purchased your foreclosed home. There may also be other fees you will be responsible for. Some challenges are associated with this process. Therefore, the best way to handle it is to not let your house be foreclosed on.
Foreclosure can be extremely emotional. It may be possible for a New Haven, CT foreclosure defense lawyer to help you. Call The Law Offices of Ronald I. Chores today.
We also service clients from East Hartford, Glastonbury, and Meriden.