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Central FloridaForeclosure Defense


Skilled, Determined Foreclosure Defense in Central Florida.

There are many strategies to consider when you are facing a looming or likely foreclosure whether on your home or an investment property. Working actively with homeowners, sellers, buyers, and real estate investors, our firm is well equipped to help you understand the law, weigh foreclosure defense options against exit strategies, and pursue the best available action for you personally and financially. Contact Us

If you want to keep your home or other real estate, but economic factors have put that property in jeopardy, we want to help. Attorney Justin Clark is easy to communicate with and ideally suited to counseling those with difficult financial problems to resolve.


Aggressively Pursuing Options Enabling You to Keep Your Property.

If you want to keep your home or other real estate, but economic factors have put that property in jeopardy, we want to help. Attorney Justin Clark is easy to communicate with and ideally suited to counseling those with difficult financial problems to resolve.

  • Mortgage and loan modifications including negotiating a locked-in rate or some other form of workout that can enable you to catch up and keep up.
  • Refinancing solutions for those whose overall situations enable location of a new lender willing to refinance.
  • Discovery of violations or deceptive practices by your lender through a TILA (truth in lending) audit.

Sound, Realistic Counsel to Protect Your Financial Future.

We are equally well prepared to help you shift direction in a way that makes overall financial sense for you. This may mean evaluating options such as simply allowing the foreclosure to proceed, completing a short sale, or if you are a real estate investor executing a strategic, informed plan by looking at each property in your portfolio.


Instead of Waiting and Worrying, Call a Proven Lawyer at (321) 282-1055

Being “upside down” or “under water” on one property or several is not a problem you have to face alone. It does not necessarily mean you must accept foreclosure or file bankruptcy although we can discuss these and other possibilities in a balanced fashion with constant focus on your best interests.

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