Defend Against Foreclosure

Our Tyler and Mineola foreclosure defense lawyer can help!

When times are hard and money is tight, falling behind on your mortgage payments may seem like the only option. If this happens, your lender can then take steps to foreclose on your property and selling it at auction to pay off your loan. Texas is a non-judicial foreclosure state, which means that your lender doesn’t need to go to court to sell your property in most cases, and the process may happen very quickly if you don’t take legal action to protect yourself.

Under state law, the deed of trust you signed with your lender authorizes them to foreclose on your home or business real estate property if you get behind or default on your loan. When you’ve received notice of the sale of your property after you’ve missed payments or otherwise defaulted, you have the right to cure the default, before your property goes to auction.

We can take numerous actions in order to help protect your home, including:

  • Deed in lieu
  • Short sale
  • Mortgage modification
  • Legal injunction

Call (903) 345-0031 for your complimentary legal evaluation today.

An experienced firm can help you keep your home.

Our Tyler and Mineola foreclosure defense attorney can represent you through negotiation and/or court proceedings that allow you to halt or manage foreclosure. We can file restraining orders, injunctions, and lawsuits to force your lender to comply with all state and federal laws, giving you the time you need to resolve your legal or financial issues in court.

At Campbell Law Firm, we understand that foreclosure is a stressful time in your life. Our attorney has over 30 years of experience to represent you through the process of trying to save your home. Our goal is to find and implement a solution to get you back on track through personal attention to your individual situation.

Contact Campbell Law Firm at (903) 345-0031 today!

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