If you think that you might be in danger of foreclosure because you've fallen behind on your mortgage payments, or you've already received a notice of intent to foreclosure, then please contact our firm right away for assistance. Dealing with real estate law is extremely complex and requires the attention of a skilled foreclosure attorney.To understand the next steps of the process, here is a simple breakdown of what you can expect:
In Georgia, foreclosure is a simple process for banks. In most cases, all they have to do is send you a notice of intent to foreclosure with a certain time frame. If the borrower doesn't pay back the money that they owe and reinstate the loan, the bank can run a foreclosure ad for four weeks, then foreclose on the first Tuesday of the following month.
If the bank doesn't follow proper procedure; however, then the sale is invalid. The key to avoiding a foreclosure is to stop the foreclosure sale before it is complete.
Foreclosure law is extremely complicated and many people feel like they just need more time to modify their loan, find mistakes, negotiate with the lender, or get help from family & friends. Whatever the case may be, you should call our foreclosure attorneys as soon as possible. We have 30 years of experience in handling foreclosure & bankruptcy cases.
The foreclosure process moves quickly and the earlier you contact us, the better chance we will have of stopping the foreclosure. Get your free consultation with our firm so we can discuss your specific situation and your options.