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Category: Foreclosure Defense

What Are My Options For A Mortgage Modification?

Are you struggling to make your mortgage payments? Perhaps financial hardship is putting you in a challenging position? Mortgage modifications allow for a little bit of breathing room by changing the original terms of a mortgage loan. A mortgage modification differs from refinancing, which pays off a current mortgage and replaces it with a new…

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How Can I Stop A Home Foreclosure In Florida?

Different states have different laws when it comes to stopping a home foreclosure. Florida happens to be a judicial foreclosure state, which means that a judge must grant permission to a lender before a foreclosure can take place. Sometimes, life happens and you may find yourself unable to pay your mortgage. The legal team at Handin…

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Choosing A Professional Loan Modification Attorney

A loan modification is an attempt to help homeowners who cannot make their mortgage payments on time. When approved by their lender, this helps them avoid foreclosure by changing their loan and/or lowering their interest rate. Our loan modification attorney at The Law Offices of Gary I. Handin, P.A. represents borrowers who need legal advice…

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What Are My Rights During A Foreclosure?

As the owner of a home in Florida, you always will have certain rights before, during, and after a foreclosure. At The Law Offices of Gary I. Handin, P.A., we have more than fifty years experience in real estate law and can represent individuals facing foreclosure throughout Broward, Miami Dade, or Palm Beach counties. If…

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How To Stop A Home Foreclosure In Florida

Sometimes life circumstances change, making it difficult or impossible to afford mortgage payments on your home. In a worst-case scenario, you may face foreclosure if you have a prolonged inability to make these payments. Florida happens to be a “judicial foreclosure” state – that means that a bank must seek approval from a judge before…

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Understanding Florida Asset Protection

Understanding what asset protection is could save your assets from current or future creditors. Different states have different legislation. In Florida, it ensures that most of your assets be it property, cash, or other investments can be protected. By speaking with an  asset protection attorney you can create a plan to protect your property. This…

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Can A Foreclosure Attorney Stop A Foreclosure?

Nobody wants to lose the roof over their head. Facing foreclosure can be a difficult time for many homeowners, but if you’re unable to meet your monthly mortgage or debt repayments, your home can subsequently be seized by your lender. Making use of a foreclosure attorney can not only help you navigate the foreclosure process,…

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Ask A Foreclosure Defense Attorney Common Legal Issues

As we continue to face the challenge of COVID-19, including unemployment and layoffs, more and more people face the unfortunate foreclosure of their homes. Losing housing is the last thing anyone wants to happen, which is why forbearance agreements and repayment plans have increased in popularity over the past year. Before you jump into one…

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Facing Foreclosure On Your Home? Call A Short Sale Attorney

If you’re facing a foreclosure on your home, it may be time for you to call a short sale attorney. Nobody wants to be in a position where they are at risk of losing their home due to circumstances beyond their control. Understanding the difference between foreclosures and short sales will help you make the…

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Ask A Mortgage Renegotiation Attorney About Coronavirus Mortgage Assistance

Many Americans have been laid off, furloughed, or lost a good chunk of income thanks to the coronavirus pandemic. The federal government has since created the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act to help relieve the financial burden faced by homeowners still paying off mortgages. Other private lenders are taking action to provide financial…

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