Foreclosure Attorneys

Foreclosure Attorneys

Foreclosure is the unfortunate loss of property by a home owner. This results from the failure of the home owner to pay up the mortgage. In many cases, the home owner is at a weaker position and can easily get exploited by the bank. This is because of the home owner’s limited knowledge and experience in handling cases related to foreclosure. On the other hand, that is all the bank does, and therefore, the banks know the ins and outs regarding house foreclosure.

To even the playing field, you will have to consider hiring a foreclosure attorney. Ideally, you should find an experienced foreclosure attorney since they are more capable of getting you the best deal. They have also handled more cases, and can understand the loopholes that can be exploited to your advantage.

Nahrgang and Associates has been operating for more than 20 years. If you live in Pennsylvania, then we can be your best bet for avoiding foreclosure.

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How to Choose a Foreclosure Lawyer

First, you should learn the options available for home owners to avoid foreclosure. There are many ways for you to avoid foreclosure. Once you identify the one you want to go with, you should find a lawyer ready to help you pursue that option. However, you should also maintain an open mind since not all options can apply in the different situations.

Of course, you should also consider the level of experience of the lawyer. However, this also calls for an open mind. Some foreclosure lawyers might have been representing clients for a good number of years, but fail to keep up with the recent changes in foreclosure laws.

Then find out if the lawyer is licensed to practice law in the state.

Judicial Foreclosure

Foreclosure can be judicial or nonjudicial, depending on the prevailing laws of the land. Judicial foreclosure is basically foreclosure which has to go through the court system. On the other hand, nonjudicial foreclosure can be done without going through the courts.

In judicial foreclosure, the lender or bank will have to file a lawsuit in the county. The court can then grant a judgment allowing the lender to sell the property to settle the debt. If this goes through, the owner of the home loses their property through foreclosure. The process will generally be longer, lasting for 6 months to even three years.

How to Get Optimum Results From a Foreclosure Defence Attorney

  • Have an idea of what option you want to go with
  • Find an experienced attorney
  • Find a reasonably priced attorney
  • On the same vein, don’t sacrifice quality for a cheap price
  • Avoid getting emotional when communicating with the attorney
  • Make the most use of your time with the attorney. Obviously, because you are paying by the hour.
  • Keep the attorney well informed of your situation, and developments as they come
  • Have goals for every meeting with the attorney
  • Follow through with the attorney
  • Involve the attorney in argument over opinions
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The Collegeville, Pennsylvania based law firm of Nahrgang & Associates, P.C. represents clients in the counties of Montgomery, Bucks, Delaware, Chester, Berks, Philadelphia, Lancaster, Northampton and Lehigh including the communities of Collegeville, Jenkintown, Doylestown, West Chester, Reading, Media, Allentown, Norristown, Phoenixville, Quakertown, Pottstown, Lansdale, Royersford, Plymouth Meeting, Exton, Conshohocken and King of Prussia, PA.
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