The experienced attorneys at the Neustein Law Group, P.A. have been assisting Florida’s homeowners and investors with foreclosures, commercial litigation cases since 1968. With over 70 years of collective foreclosure and litigation experience, the firm aggressively defends and litigates all residential and commercial foreclosure actions brought by primary and secondary lenders, condominium and homeowner associations and mechanics liens, and helps negotiate and execute mortgage loan modifications and workouts. Our residential and commercial foreclosure commercial foreclosure attorneys work with homeowners and investors to help stop foreclosures in some of the areas hardest hit by Florida's foreclosure crisis, including Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties and throughout the state of Florida. The Neustein Law Group P.A. is headquartered in Miami Beach, catering to clients throughout Miami-Dade County. In addition, we have 2 other Miami-Dade office locations to meet our clients. In all, we have 10 satellite offices throughout the state of Florida at a convenient location near you. A free consultation from an experienced foreclosure attorney is only 20 minutes from wherever you are. Our foreclosure defense lawyers fight unfair banks and predatory lending practices, while working with you and your family on a number of possible solutions to your financial circumstances including the following:
- Negotiate a loan modification with the bank
- Give you time to sell your home for a fair price
- Give you an opportunity to Refinance your home at a fair rate
- Stay in your home during the entire duration of the foreclosure / loan modification process giving you the chance to save money for modified loan or your next move
- Help you Negotiate a court-ordered repayment plan
- File for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Protection
For most Florida families, their home is their biggest asset. Contacting an experienced litigation attorney with significant foreclosure experience can make all the difference when it comes to the protecting your most important and valuable asset in addition to the future financial well-being of you and your family. Don't just walk away from your mortgage before you get a free consultation to evaluate all available options. Whether you want to walk away from the property without liability or save your home or investment property, there is a proper way to do it and maximize your probability of success Most of the time, it is not easy to do the honorable thing when you attempt to give the property back to the bank when the burden of the mortgage payments become too much and you want to save your credit . Often times, you need to aggressively defend the foreclosure case on the merits of the case while you simultaneously negotiate with the bank for a Deed in Lieu of Foreclosure or a Consent to an In Rem Judgment (a Judgment in “Name only”) with no personal liability. Even if you failed to pay your required mortgage payments, there are many procedural and technical defenses available to effectively defend mortgage foreclosures. During the process of attempting to return the property to the lender, you can continue to live at the property or continue to collect rent. In addition, it is very possible to negotiate a significant cash payment paid by the lender to the borrower in exchange for the Deed in Lieu of Foreclosure or the Consent to In Rem Judgment. It is important to understand that any voluntary surrender, loan modification or short-sale of your Florida home can have serious tax and legal implications. The attorneys at Neustein Law Group, P.A can help you navigate through the process, while 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 7of 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 Florida’s urban areas are 90 days late or more on their mortgage.