Foreclosure Defense Law

Our firm’s mission is to help homeowners regain control over their lending relationship. We aim to help keep your home and assets protected by asserting your rights through experienced, strategic legal defense.

Foreclosure Defense Strategies

Many homeowners do not realize that foreclosure is never immediate. For example...

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Unconscionability & Unfair Lending Practices

Some homeowners are mistreated or mislead through intimidation in the loan origination process....

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Fair Debt Collection Practices Act

The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) is being relied upon more by homeowners to resist....

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Counter Claims

Mortgage and lending documents need to comply with the laws governing all contracts...

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Lack of Standing

Banks are required to prove that they own the note and mortgage before they are able to...

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Laws are in place to protect homeowners from non-disclosure of certain activities and fees...

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Truth In
Lending Act

The Truth In Lending Act (TILA) provides several protections to homeowners. Lenders...

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Active Service

The Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA) provides several special provisions which...

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Breach of a Loan Modification Agreement

Did the Bank promise to modify your mortgage but then foreclose anyway? This might be...

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If you are a homeowner in New Mexico may find your property being foreclosed upon due to a range of factors beyond your control.

  • Some families have been challenged by changes in the economy, leading to layoffs and making mortgage repayments no longer affordable.
  • You may have bought your home with an expectation the value would increase. Instead, like many other homeowners, you have found your property price decreased in value below what is owed to the bank.
  • Many homeowners are led into selling their homes due to a divorce and being unable to afford the mortgage on their marital home.
  • With an unexpected medical crisis, you may find yourself suddenly in a difficult financial position having to pay significant medical bills and unable to cover your home repayments.

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