Foreclosure Bankruptcy Attorneys Serving Tampa, St. Petersburg, And Surrounding Areas.

Foreclosure home for sale - Legal services in Saint Petersburg, FL
In this current economic climate, where lenders loaned money without properly underwriting the loan, foreclosures have become the norm. Responsible borrowers are at the risk of having their homes foreclosed due to the market forces. Lenders have an army of attorneys ready willing and able to file foreclosure suits across the state. If you are having problems making payments or in default, you need professional assistance in dealing with your lender. Lenders are not looking out for you. Lenders are only concerned about their bottom line. You need an aggressive advocate that will take on the lenders defend your case. Our goal is to take the lenders to task on their violations and ensure that the courts are well aware of your situation. In addition to defending homeowners in foreclosure lawsuits, we also sue lenders for violations of lending laws and regulations on the underwriting of the loan. Please contact us for a free consultation to see if we can assist you in your foreclosure case.

Foreclosure Defense

  • Defense of Foreclosure Litigation
  • Short Sales
  • Modifications
  • Predatory Lending Litigation
  • Deeds In Lieu of Foreclosure
  • Loan Workouts
  • Loan Reinstatement
  • Redemption
  • Residential
  • Commercial

Credit Card/Loan Defense

  • Credit Cards
  • Student Loans
  • Car Loans
  • Unsecured Loan
  • Secured Loans
  • Personal Loans
  • Lines of Credit
  • Home Equity Loans


What is deficiency judgment? I hear about this in the news. Should I be concerned?
I was just served with a summons and lawsuit from the bank, what do I do?
With all the government programs, such as HAMP and Making Home Affordable Programs, relief if on the way and my lender will help me out, right?
Should I open and respond to all mail from my lender or lender's attorney?
I have just been served with a summons and foreclosure complaint. What do I do?
If I do nothing, what will happen?
Will the foreclosure process affect my credit score?
After the property is auctioned by the court clerk, do I have to get out?
What can an experienced and knowledgeable lawyer do?
What are affirmative defenses?
Why are affirmative defenses different than just an answer with denials?
Can an attorney just delay the case without justification?
If I get a lawyer, does he automatically get more time to file an answer?
If my property is sold by the court clerk, what price will it bring?
If the property is sold for less than the total owed, can the lender collect the difference?
I have lots of other questions, can I call the judge or the court for advice?
Do I have the right to reinstate? (bring the mortgage current)