Foreclosure Defense & Commercial Litigation
At The Neustein Law Group, P.A. we have focused on commercial litigation and foreclosure cases for over 40 years. Our attorneys have a combined experience of over 65 years. We aggressively defend and litigate all residential foreclosure cases and commercial foreclosure actions, and help execute mortgage loan modifications.
Our Florida commercial business litigation attorneys and residential foreclosure lawyers work with homeowners to help stop foreclosures in some of the areas hardest hit by Florida's foreclosure crisis, including Miami-Dade County, Broward County, Palm Beach county and throughout the state of Florida.
Our foreclosure defense lawyers fight unfair banks and predatory lending practices. For most Florida families, their home is their biggest asset. Contacting a Florida foreclosure defense lawyer can make a difference when it comes to the future financial well-being of you and your family.
Don't just walk away from your mortgage; voluntary surrender or short-sale of your Florida home can have serious tax and legal implications. The Neustein Law Group, P.A, can aggressively defend the foreclosure on the merits of the case, helping you remain in your home during the foreclosure process, giving you and your family the ability to begin rebuilding your finances.
Our commercial litigation lawyers and Florida mortgage defense attorneys will personally review your case and help you decide on the best course of action, including loan modification, refinance, short-sale, foreclosure or filing for Florida bankruptcy protection under Chapter 7, Chapter 13 or Chapter 11 of the federal bankruptcy laws.
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Florida’s real estate bust, historic job losses among working families, and the predatory lending practices and greed of banks, mortgage companies, and even real estate agents and appraisers, have left thousands of Florida homeowners facing foreclosure. In fact, by some estimates, as many as 1 in 4 homeowners in the Miami metro area are 90 days late or more on their mortgage.