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A foreclosure is a process when the holder of a mortgage sells the property upon failure of the debtor to pay the mortgage debt and terminates his or her rights in the property.

When dealing with a foreclosure, if you consult with an attorney, you can come up with some options to see if you have a defense to the foreclosure. Each foreclosure is different and has complicated details that can make or break the case. Some examples that will require the assistance of an attorney include:

  • The loan servicer didn’t follow proper foreclosure procedures.
  • The foreclosing party can’t prove it owns your loan.
  • Your loan servicer made a serious error with your account.

Having an attorney on your side gives you a better chance of getting results. To learn more about foreclosures, read more here.

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