Are you facing a foreclosure? Considering bankruptcy or a short sale?
If that sounds like you, you should obtain legal advice regarding your individual options. In order to help homeowners and individuals who are experiencing financial difficulties with the loss of a job or a pending foreclosure, Plastiras & Terrizzi is announcing a new discounted rate one-time consultation with an attorney to answer questions, evaluate options, and strategize a unique approach tailored to your personal situation.
While the consultation will focus on your concerns and questions, your meeting may include any of the following topics:
- Short sale options
- Deed in lieu of foreclosure
- Loan modification options
- Bankruptcy – both Chapter 7 and Chapter 13
- What happens to my debt if the bank forecloses on my home?
- Can my mortgage lender go after my paycheck?
- Tricks for negotiating with your bank
- Legal options including litigation
The consultation with an attorney from Plastiras & Terrizzi will include a one-time, 45-minute meeting either in person or via phone for a $275 $225 flat fee.*
In order to be sure the consultation is as productive as possible, please bring with you copies of all relevant documents and correspondence between you and all of your mortgage lenders, or send copies to our office prior to the meeting if doing the consultation by phone.
While we encourage loan modifications when feasible, our firm does not handle negotiations with creditors or mortgage lenders. However, we often assist clients in determining whether or not such loan modifications are likely to be successful.
To set up an appointment, call us today:
* This information may be considered advertising in some jurisdictions under applicable laws and ethical rules. The material above has been prepared by Plastiras & Terrizzi. The material is for informational purposes only and does not constitute legal advice. Plastiras & Terrizzi does not perform loan modification services or other loan forbearance services for residential real estate or collect advance fees for helping negotiate residential loan modifications.