Massachusetts Foreclosure Defense
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Many people in severe debt or face foreclosure often feel shame. Some people may think they have failed or can no longer own a home. Coleman & Macdonald Law Office. Want to tell you that it’s not something to be ashamed of and that there is a way out.
Massachusetts foreclosure lawyers have experienced trial lawyers with a lot of experience in both paper and courtroom advocacy. We help our clients stay in their homes as long as possible by combining the Massachusetts foreclosure law and the federal bankruptcy code.
Massachusetts residents have several options for foreclosure defense.
The Massachusetts legislature passed a law in 2012 that made it harder for lenders and banks to foreclose homeowners after the 2008 financial crisis. You may be able to cancel the foreclosure if the lender fails to comply with specific legal requirements before foreclosing. Recent developments have also been made in this area. A court case in which a homeowner and a mortgage lender were involved changed the law regarding foreclosure defense. Chase Bank, the lender, sent the misleading PR foreclosure notice, and the court ruled that the foreclosure was null because it was tricky. Consumers now have another defense against foreclosure: If a letter advising you of a breach in your mortgage contract was unclear or deceptive, it could protect you from foreclosure. This is a new development in Massachusetts’ foreclosure law. Talk to an attorney to discuss your options.
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Coleman & Macdonald Law Office. is a Massachusetts foreclosure defense attorney who advocates fiercely for consumers and families. The house of a person is more than just a financial asset. It is their home. Their children will feel safe in it, and they will make memories and build their future. As your advocates, we must use all legal resources to fight your foreclosure, including our knowledge, experience, and time.
Our attorneys will discuss your financial situation and your type of debt. They can also help you determine how bankruptcy law and state law can be used to protect your home and assets.