LaPlace Foreclosure Lawyer
Metairie Foreclosure Defense
In general, foreclosures can be either judicial (in court) or non-judicial
(out of court). In our state, the non-judicial option is not available,
so your foreclosure will almost certainly take place in court. If your
home was secured by a deed of trust rather than a mortgage, you may be
able to obtain a non-judicial foreclosure. If you are facing the loss
of your home in our state though, you will most likely have a judicial
foreclosure, and these can typically take 60 days to resolve. You will
be guaranteed the opportunity to oppose the foreclosure, and the judicial
process ensures that you will not lose your home unless a judge rules
that it should happen. Take advantage of this chance to oppose your foreclosure
in court by contacting a
LaPlace bankruptcy lawyer to represent you during your judicial hearing.
Bacchus Law Group, LLC is here to help you manage your
creditor harassment or
wage garnishment. Our attorneys work with hundreds of people every year, getting their
lives back to normal and counseling them on their bankruptcy needs. You
will receive unmatched personal service and accessible communication after
you become one of our clients.
LaPlace Foreclosure Attorney Fighting Judicial Foreclosure
bankruptcy and the possibility of losing your home can be an isolating experience,
but you do not have to face it alone. With a LaPlace foreclosure lawyer
on your side, you can still fight to keep your home. In our state there
are two types of judicial foreclosure proceedings: executory and ordinary
process. The executory process is typically easier for the lender involved,
since you will have acknowledged the obligations of your mortgage in front
of a notary public and two witnesses. It is especially important to have
a skilled foreclosure fighting for you with this type of case. Even with
ordinary process foreclosures, your home is too important to be left to
chance. Enlist the experience of a LaPlace foreclosure attorney today.
Contact a LaPlace foreclosure attorney if you are facing the loss of your home. We proudly serve clients in Mandeville,
Covington, and St. Tammany Parish.