Foreclosure Defense in Long Beach
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When you are unable to make the payments on your mortgage, your lender may opt to start the foreclosure process. Foreclosure is the process of reclaiming a home from a borrower who is currently in default. If you have received a notice of default, you have a limited amount of time to react and try to save your home. Don’t sit by and let the process force you out of your home; the experienced Long Beach bankruptcy lawyers at Wadhwani & Shanfeld are here to help you fight back!
Why Choose Wadhwani & Shanfeld?
When you call Wadhwani & Shanfeld, you can have the confidence that the attorneys on your side have the ability to effectively and aggressively fight to save your home. We always place the best interests of our clients at the forefront of our decisions and strategy, and we don’t stop until we’ve achieved the best possible solution to your needs. We know clients who come to us facing bankruptcy or foreclosure are in the midst of one of the most stressful times of their life, and we strive to combat this emotional turmoil with effective and compassionate legal counsel that acts quickly to help you preserve that which is the most important to you.
Have you received a Notice of Default, Notice of Trustee’s Sale, or any other pre-foreclosure notification? Don’t hesitate to make sure you’re properly represented and your rights as a consumer are preserved! Call Wadhwani & Shanfeld today at 800-996-9932 to request a case evaluation!
How We Fight for You
At Wadhwani & Shanfeld, we believe that the best way to combat foreclosure is aggressive pursuit of justice from the very beginning of the process. Foreclosure doesn’t take long to complete in California—a lender can potentially complete the process and evict you from your home in as little as four months’ time. However the California Homeowner’s Bill of Rights, the Truth in Lending Act, and the Fair Credit Reporting Act all have provisions that protect home buyers from predatory lending practices and unfair foreclosures.
You can halt a foreclosure process by:
- Declaring bankruptcy (the automatic stay temporarily halts the foreclosure process)
- Mortgage modifications
- Negotiated resolution
- Court judgments
Figuring out which situation is ideal for you can be difficult if you’re unfamiliar or inexperienced with foreclosure law. For this reason, it’s essential that you contact an experienced attorney who can help you make an educated decision and then act quickly on your behalf.