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The Florida Foreclosure Process Timeline

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Foreclosure is a legal process where the bank or lender terminates the mortgage due to non-payment. Fortunately, for the homeowner, foreclosure is not immediate. There’s usually no packing up and moving out of the home right away because the foreclosure process can take months.  Our West Palm Beach foreclosure attorneys provide a short version… Read More »

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How to Stop a Foreclosure Last Minute

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Facing an imminent foreclosure sale with no strategy in place can lead to debtors making impulsive decisions and ultimately losing their home. Our West Palm Beach foreclosure attorneys have decades of experience working with clients in need of immediate legal counsel to help navigate and guide them through their foreclosure alternatives. Here are a… Read More »

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Florida Laws and Procedures for Foreclosures

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Understanding the procedures and laws of Florida foreclosures can be confusing due to the multiple steps and resulting outcomes throughout the process. Our West Palm Beach foreclosure attorneys are here to provide expert insight to help guide those who may be facing such circumstances. Typically, Florida residents sign a promissory note and mortgage if… Read More »

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Strategies to Save Money When Facing Foreclosure

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There are various options to choose from when homeowners are facing foreclosure, many of which may not be readily apparent to a stressed-out homeowner. Our West Palm Beach foreclosure attorneys will advise debtor homeowners on all available alternatives and arm them with the strongest defense in the foreclosure process. Remaining In The Home During… Read More »

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Understanding Foreclosure Rights

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While seemingly powerless and constrained, in actuality, foreclosure defendants may have available to them many legal alternatives. These alternatives may be rights that are recognized by federal and state law, or may be options made available by the banks or mortgage servicers. Our experienced foreclosure attorneys are here to explain what borrowers are entitled… Read More »

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Filing an Answer to a Foreclosure Lawsuit

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Once someone named as a defendant has been served with a foreclosure lawsuit, a defendant will have the choice to submit a formal answer to the court. An answer is an official response to a foreclosure complaint and the accompanying court summoning. Filing an answer can be challenging due to the fact that there… Read More »

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Are Reverse Mortgages Protected from Foreclosure?

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Reverse mortgages allow for homeowners to convert the equity accumulated in their home into cash. Due to the fact that the borrower is utilizing his equity to receive the income, many believe that this specialized type of mortgage is protected from foreclosure. It is with this false understanding that many unknowingly place themselves at… Read More »

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New Florida Law Affects Homeowners in Foreclosure

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When one is facing a potential foreclosure, keeping up to date with new laws that impact this legal process in Florida is important. This information is not only necessary for knowing how to move forward, but also to help keep the fear of foreclosure at bay. A new state law has come to light… Read More »

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An Overview of Foreclosure Alternatives in Florida

By Kelley, Fulton & Kaplan |

For borrowers who have been served a Notice of Default on their mortgage loan, few things are more important than understanding the options available to them. Defending the action is not the only solution. There are also alternative options that homeowners can explore with a  West Palm Beach foreclosure defense attorney. Here are the… Read More »

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The Statute of Limitations for Foreclosure in Florida

By Kelley, Fulton & Kaplan |

As is the case for many lawsuits, Florida law mandates a timeframe during which creditors can sue a debtor to foreclose on a property. These deadlines exist to protect borrowers from excessive delays in litigation. The statute of limitations for foreclosure in Florida is five years from the date of default. However, the enforceability… Read More »

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