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Aggressive Foreclosure Defense
We fight tooth and nail to stop the bank from foreclosing on your home.
We brawl with the insurance companies to get you the money you deserve.
Posted June 13th 2014 by Attorney Stites
Everyday people come through our doors in distress because they have just been served
with a foreclosure Summons. One of the first questions we ask here at The Freedom
Law Firm is “what is your ultimate goal?” Now at first blush, the answer to this
question may seem like an obvious one (keep the house) but in fact, many different
people have many different goals. For instance, some young, first-
Most people want to keep their, and rightfully so. However, the hard truth of the matter is that simply saying you want to keep the home and hiring an experienced attorney to defend the foreclosure is not the be all end all when it comes to saving the home indefinitely. While it is a critically vital step due to the fact that you certainly need an experienced attorney to defend the case and prevent the bank’s lawyers from swooping in and stealing your home before you’ve had a chance to negotiate with the bank, that alone will more than likely not get it done. The more prudent plan of attack would be that while you hire an experienced foreclosure defense firm, such as our team here at The Freedom Law Firm, to fight the bank’s attorney’s in the courtroom, you should be simultaneously working with the lender to obtain a loan modification.
When it comes to saving a home from foreclosure, the most responsible and prudent advice I can give someone who is realistically looking to keep their home is simple; apply for a loan modification and do it NOW! While I certainly consider our firm to be one of the most aggressive and knowledgeable defense firms in Central Florida, obtaining 7 free homes in just the last year alone, more often than not, simply defending a case won’t ultimately result in you retaining the home for the long haul. While we defend the foreclosure case, we highly advise that YOU the borrower, SIMULTANEOUSLY begin working with the bank to obtain a more affordable payment plan. i.e. a loan modification. It’s a two prong strategy for home retention: we aggressively defend against the bank’s attorneys in the courtroom, while you apply for loan modification directly with the bank’s reps. Since a loan modification can take several months to be reviewed by the bank, the ideal time to do this is early on in the litigation process when there are no trials or major hearings on the horizon. There’s nothing more stressful for a client than trying to get a loan mod with a trial one month away. Unfortunately, we get calls from potential clients that have other attorneys that tell us they have a trial coming up in 3 weeks and they want to know what if anything they can do to save the house. Sadly, their previous attorneys did them a major disservice by failing to timely inform the client they could potentially obtain a loan modification and keep the home. Most of the time, these potential clients hear this news for the first time after calling us.
Banks are under no obligation to give you a loan mod but if you do not try, then you don’t have a chance. If you’re in home foreclosure, regardless of how far along your case is, and you’re serious about keeping your home, APPLY FOR A LOAN MOD IMMEDIATELY! This is going to take some time…
Posted July 15th 2014 by Attorney Stites
DO NOT LET THE COURTS SHAVE VALUABLE TIME OFF YOUR CASE
So I was sitting in Court today at yet another exciting Case Management Conference
(interpret as: a house-
Now that you understand what generally transpires at your typical CMC, lets get into what happened today and why it’s imperative to have a competent attorney representing you in your foreclosure defense every step of the way. Today’s CMC started with opposing counsel and myself informing the Court that the case was not at issue and could not be set for trial due to the still pending Motion to Dismiss that would need to be set for a future hearing.
Posted August 18th 2014 by Attorney Stites
The Freedom Law Firm, it’s a strong name with an even stronger meaning. However, our firm didn’t choose our name simply because it’s catchy or that we wanted to plaster it across some advertising billboard. We chose the name because we really do want to provide you FREEDOM. Freedom from the bank calling or writing you threatening letters reminding you how much you owe them. Freedom in the form of a loan modification that you obtained which helps you to pay a reasonable monthly mortgage and keep your home, and still have some money left over to spend on your family and other necessities. Last but not least, freedom from the fear and stress of constantly worrying that the bank can swoop in at anytime and leave you and your family on the street.
Our goal is to strategically and aggressively advocate for your rights in order to provide you these Freedoms, both financial and emotional. Every month we strive to achieve this goal in one form or another by having cases dismissed, final judgments defeated and deficiency waivers obtained. Remember while, we aggressively fight the banks’ attorneys and defend your case in the Courtroom, it is important that you are taking proactive steps towards keeping your home as well!
Posted September 2nd 2014 by Attorney Stites
MERS or MERSCORP: The Name Says It All!
One of the strongest arguments a foreclosure defense attorney can raise is Plaintiff’s lack of Standing. Specifically, standing requires that the party prosecuting the action have a sufficient stake in the outcome and that the party bringing the claim be recognized in the law as being a real party in interest entitled to bring the claim. Without standing, a Bank is precluded from suing you for foreclose and as a result, is not entitled to take YOUR home. One way to prove a Plaintiff does not possess the requisite legal standing is to show a break in the chain of title. For example, you, the borrower, originally took out your loan with Bank “A”, but now, 5 years later Bank “C” is filing a foreclosure against you. Naturally you may be thinking, who heck is Bank “C” and how did they get their hands on my loan? That is a great question. There MUST be a legal nexus between the two. In order to lawfully transfer the interest in a loan, the bank generally does one of two things: 1) the original mortgagee may endorse the Note to a third party or 2) they may assign the mortgage to a third party. It is the latter that we will be focusing on here today. When assigning a mortgage, most lenders use an entity called Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc. or MERS for short. MERS acts as a “Nominee” for the lender and typically handles the assignments of mortgage from the original lender to a third party.
Posted September 19th 2014 by Attorney Stites
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C.W. Franklin & Mike Stites Attorneys At Law
Phone (407) 883-
The Freedom Law Firm, P.A.
P.O. Box 1987
Orlando, FL, 32801