When you face foreclosure, you still have options that can prevent you from losing significant amounts of money and property. One of these options is a deed in lieu of foreclosure. The knowledgeable team at Mara Law, P.A., Attorneys at Law helps you to negotiate a deed in lieu of foreclosure. We understand the anxiety that you feel when a foreclosure is imminent, but our warm and personal approach to foreclosure law puts you at ease and helps you to retain hope.
A deed in lieu of foreclosure is an agreement whereby the bank agrees to accept a deed transferring the borrower’s interest in a piece of real estate instead of the bank having to attain title via a foreclosure proceeding. The attorneys at Mara Law, P.A. seek to release the borrowers from all or most of their debt for the property.
When you work with a lawyer to negotiate a deed in lieu of foreclosure, several conditions must exist, including:
Let us help ease your foreclosure anxieties -- we are here for you. The legal team at Mara Law, P.A. works with you to negotiate your deed in lieu of foreclosure and reap its benefits, which include:
Call the foreclosure attorneys at Mara Law, P.A., Attorneys at Law today at 386-672-8081 or contact us online to arrange a consultation to discuss your foreclosure issues. You have options that can save you from the burden of foreclosure proceedings, and our friendly lawyers want to help you with them. We serve residents in Ormond Beach, New Smyrna Beach, Daytona Beach, Palm Coast and the surrounding areas.
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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