I have received a 30-day notice from my mortgage lender. What do I do?
A 30-day notice from your mortgage lender notifies you that you have at least 30 days to repay the amount past due, the bank claims you owe, before they proceed with a foreclosure action. It is recommended that you seek the advice of counsel at this point. There are many variables that can affect the next steps which could be taken, and an attorney with full knowledge of your situation would be able to assist you.
I have received a Summons from the court. What do I do?
When you receive a summons from the court, you generally have 20 days to file a response. It is highly recommended that you consult counsel. An attorney can help you weigh your options and file any responses on your behalf.
How much time do I have before I have to move out of my house?
Depending upon your particular situation and the language in the loan documents it may not be necessary for you to move out, but only speaking with an experienced attorney can clarify this issue for you.
My bank agreed to a loan modification, but is not accepting my payments. What should I do?
In this kind of a situation, it may be necessary to file suit against the bank. The first thing you should do though is speak with an attorney. An attorney can review the modification documents to ensure that your rights are being protected. Come meet us before you need us! Contact us today for a free consultation. Rooney & Rooney, P.A.