Thanksgiving

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Thanksgiving

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Home Foreclosure for the Holidays?

No turkey from work?  Company car repossessed?  Thirty-year retirement pension a thing of the past?  The average life-span of a home mortgage is seven years…and a lot of those are in foreclosure. Foreclosure is the new black.  In Florida, 350,000 homeowners can boast about the sun in the morning and the moon at night…because their debt ceiling is tied up in the foreclosure court system. Foreclosure is no holiday, but you can make informed decisions along the way.  Seek legal counsel to learn more about the choices available.  No one should go through foreclosure alone, not during the holidays or any other season. Read More

Thanksgiving

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Twenty Days of Foreclosure Summons

Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s Day—these are bank holidays and they do not count toward renter eviction procedure, but if you have received a foreclosure summons, you only have 20 sunrises to respond, regardless of hangover, religious worship, or tryptophan coma. The holidays are a terrible time to be served a foreclosure summons…so is any other season.  Just when you are ready for a second helping of mashed potatoes you get served foreclosure papers.  Foreclosure is not a festive occasion, but one that has to be dealt with in a timely manner. If you have received a foreclosure summons, it is time to talk turkey or your goose is cooked.  Foreclosures come with deadlines…and decisions.  Seek competent legal counsel to discuss your choices.  The more deadlines you meet, the more options remain available to you.  Timing is everything, and you do not want your foreclosure overdone and out of your hands.  Carve the case to best suit you as much as you can. Read More