The prospect of foreclosure can be frightening, but the attorneys of Mara Law, P.A., Attorneys at Law are here for you to assist you in keeping your home. Our capable lawyers use their knowledge of foreclosure law in a variety of different areas and tactics for you to retain your property. We work closely with you to relieve you of your stress and help you to secure a bright future.
When you find yourself in danger of foreclosure, you may be able to negotiate a deed in lieu of foreclosure whereby you deed your property over to the lender in exchange for avoiding foreclosure. A deed in lieu comes about as a result of a voluntary agreement made in good faith by both parties.
Many homeowners find themselves owing more money on their mortgage than their house is worth. When this happens, a short sale is one option to help settle those debts. The homeowner sells the property for fair market value, and in return the lender releases the mortgage on the property, freeing you from debt and creditor harassment.
In some cases, you can avoid foreclosure by modifying the terms of your mortgage. Work with a lawyer and your lender to restructure the terms of your mortgage and prevent further debt or threats of foreclosure.
Don’t let the banks push you around. Take advantage of friendly, reputable legal assistance from the team at Mara Law, P.A., Attorneys at Law to fight back against foreclosure. Call our Ormond Beach office today at 386-672-8081 or contact us online to arrange a consultation. We remain available to you throughout your case to answer any questions or address any concerns you might have.
Mara Law, P.A.
555 West Granada Blvd, Suite B5
Ormond Beach, FL 32174
389 Palm Coast Parkway SW, Ste 4
Palm Coast, Florida 32137
Mara Law, P.A. is located in Ormond Beach, FL and serves clients in and around Bunnell, New Smyrna Beach, De Leon Springs, Palm Coast, Daytona Beach, Flagler Beach, Barberville, Pierson, Seville, Port Orange, Flagler County and Volusia County.
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