FORECLOSURE DEFENSE – TABLE OF CONTENTS
Our Foreclosure defense section provides information and resources for people who have been sued by a party purporting to be the owner or holder of their note and mortgage (or who purport to have the authority to foreclose). Here you will find in-depth information on the foreclosure process, including foreclosure defenses, foreclosure articles and Florida law related to foreclosure defense. This section also provides a library of foreclosure pleadings and extensive information about deficiency judgment issues.
- Foreclosure and Probate in Florida
- Lost Notes and Defending a Florida Foreclosure
- Deficiency Judgment Advice
- Foreclosure and Divorce in Florida
- Served with a Foreclosure Lawsuit
- Deed In Lieu – Is it an option?
- Summary Judgment – What Now?
- Strategic Default
- Foreclosure Debt Collection
- Short Sale Debt Collection
- Florida Lender Liability Concerns
- Appraisal Negligence Explained
- Mortgage Modification Issues
- Six Stages of Foreclosure
- Foreclosure Title Insurance
- Short Sale Advice
- Wrongful Foreclosure
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Read This Important Blog Article: 3 Types of Foreclosure Defenses In Florida
More From Our Blog
Read Our Real Estate Blog with Over 100 Articles Articles Related to Foreclosure Defense, including:
- Lost Notes in Florida Foreclosure Cases: Banks Must Prove Their Case With Valid Legal Documents
- Florida Foreclosure Nuts and Bolts: What Happens in a Florida Home Foreclosure – The Florida Foreclosure Process in 10 Steps
- Florida Deficiency Judgments – What is Fair Market Value?
- Florida Deficiency Judgments – The Rest of the Story
- Deficiency Judgments in Florida
- Estate is Liable for Mortgage Deficiency, Not Heirs
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