Wrongful foreclosure can occur when a lender begins the foreclosure process on an individual illegally. If your lender accepted a partial payment from you while in the middle of the foreclosure process and continued to foreclose on the property, it is considered a wrongful foreclosure. Lenders must abide by the law, and when they do not, you are not obligated to accept that your home is being foreclosed. Our firm can assist you in finding out more.
Our firm can help you determine whether or not you have a viable case against the lending institution. With our help, you may be able to recover emotional and financial damages.
There are many reasons that foreclosure can be considered wrongful:
If you believe you may be a victim of wrongful foreclosure, Joseph J. Mancuso, P.A. may be able to assist you. Our firm has over 20 years of experience representing clients in foreclosure proceedings, and we have helped countless victims stand up for their legal rights.
If you believe your lender has illegally foreclosed on your home, we may be able to recover financial damages from the lending institution. If the allegations against the lender are in fact true, the lending institution will be made to cease foreclosure and compensate the borrower for legal bills. Borrowers should be alert to errors on their statements which could lead to foreclosure. Once foreclosure is begun, the borrower is obligated to prove that it is wrongful.
Do not hesitate to contact an Orlando wrongful foreclosure attorney from our firm today if you feel you have been the victim of illegal foreclosure in Florida.