West Palm Beach Foreclosure Attorney
Dedicated to resolving foreclosure issues for owners, lenders and buyers
Some areas of the country are beginning to see an upturn in the housing market, but as of the end of 2012, Florida leads the country with a foreclosure rate of 11 percent. As a judicial foreclosure law state, the parties on either side of a mortgage face significant challenges when resolving these complex situations. Each West Palm Beach foreclosure attorney at Kelley Fulton Kaplan & Eller has the detailed legal knowledge required to help clients throughout South Florida make vital decisions and resolve their foreclosure issues.
Owners, buyers and lenders face different challenges within the foreclosure market
The foreclosure attorneys at Kelley Fulton Kaplan & Eller have extensive understanding of the state and federal laws pertaining to foreclosure. We understand all sides of foreclosure issues, and can help any type of client achieve the most advantageous solutions. Whether you are a property owner hoping to turn to bankruptcy law to save your home, a lender who needs to reduce losses or a new home buyer who wants to take advantage of lower housing prices, we can provide the legal support you need in the following ways:
- Property owners facing foreclosure have to decide whether to try to keep their property or whether it is time to walk away. A skilled foreclosure lawyer at our firm helps owners explore all available options for retaining their property — or the best ways to walk away.
- Property buyers may see an opportunity to buy property they could not buy when prices and interest rates were higher. However, lenders now impose strict requirements before granting credit, even if a purchase means they can get properties off their overloaded foreclosed property inventories. Our attorneys can help potential buyers assess their financial qualifications and help ensure they have the documentation available to present a compelling case to lenders.
- In recent years, Florida homeowners have agreed to surrender their homes in bankruptcy to get a discharge of their mortgage debt. As of October 1, 2018, the new law prevents homeowners from fighting a foreclosure after agreeing in a bankruptcy to give up the property to the lender.
- Lenders require appropriate evidence to justify foreclosures in court. They may also need assistance identifying new low-risk buyers to help deplete their inventories of foreclosed properties. Our lawyers have the experience to effectively represent lenders in court, and we can help them find buyers with the financial means to warrant the issuance of new loans.
Contact An Experienced West Palm Beach Foreclosure Attorney
With experience in bankruptcy, foreclosures and real estate law, the attorneys at Kelley Fulton Kaplan & Eller provide a full range of services. Contact us to learn how we can help you navigate these complex areas of the law and develop the solutions right for you.