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Irvine Foreclosure Defense Attorney

Are you facing foreclosure?

Foreclosure of one's home can be a traumatic experience. It disrupts your life and can put a great deal of stress on you and your family. Foreclosure occurs when the mortgage lender takes back the mortgaged property, usually for delinquency in mortgage payments. If you fear your lender may attempt foreclosure, or the process has already begun, you need the help of an Irvine bankruptcy attorney from the firm immediately.

There are actions that can be taken to protect your home but you must act quickly. At the law office of Peter Rasla & Associates, P.L.C. people under severe financial stress have been getting the professional advice and support they need from an Irvine bankruptcy lawyer for more than 15 years. With a proven record of success, the firm is ready and willing to help you resolve your case, and defend against the possibility of foreclsoure that you are currently facing.

You've been notified. What's next?

Once you have been notified of foreclosure you have a limited amount of time in which to act. There are many possible things that can be done. If your rights have been violated in any way the attorney can take aggressive action that could have very positive results for you. You have the right to demand that the lender provide the loan documentation. It has happened that some lenders have been unable to do so, which can significantly change things to your advantage. An effective lawyer on your side fighting for your rights can only help.

A loan modification is another possible option that the firm may be able to help negotiate for you. Two other options, short sale and deed in lieu should be investigated as possible options. An experienced attorney will review and evaluate your financial situation and will be able to recognize violations of regulations required of lending institutions and possible violations of your rights as a consumer. They can advise you on a course of action that will improve your financial position.


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