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Foreclosure Lawyers in the USA

A&L Goodbody LLP

A&L Goodbody LLP has been providing Irish legal advice to US Corporates for decades. We were the first Irish law firm to open a US office, opening in New York in 1978.

New York - Manhattan, New York, 10174, United States

Affinity Law Group LLLC

Our Honolulu based attorneys realize the hardships those who file for bankruptcy experience and offer legal advice and help with bankruptcy.

Honolulu, Hawaii, 96813, United States

Allstate Law Center

The Allstate Law Center P.C. handles Bankruptcy Cases Including Foreclosures, Repossessions, Wage Garnishments, Creditor Harassment, Collection Lawsuits

Centennial, Colorado, 80112, United States

Arkansas Bankruptcy Associates PLLC

Arkansas Bankruptcy Associates, PLLC offers a FREE initial bankruptcy case review by telephone with an attorney.

Little Rock, Arkansas, 72227, United States

Baylor Evnen LLP

Located in downtown Lincoln, Nebraska, Baylor Evnen is a full service law firm assisting corporations, both large and small, as well as individuals & families.

Lincoln, Nebraska, 68508, United States

Bekerman Law Firm P.C.

We care about our reputation. That's why we strive to establish a good working relationship with each of our clients. Whatever the situation may be, we will do our best

Denver, Colorado, 80237, United States

Blossom Law PLLC

Facing debt or foreclosure is incredibly stressful. At Blossom Law PLLC, Attorney Rashad Blossom is dedicated to helping clients who need it most

Charlotte, North Carolina, 28204, United States

Coles & Holton LLP

Coles & Holton, LLP of Nashville, Tennessee can help you with a fresh start. We take the time to personally get to know each of our clients

Nashville, Tennessee, 37203, United States

What is Foreclosure?

Foreclosure is the legal process by which a lender attempts to recover the amount owed on a defaulted loan by taking ownership of and selling the mortgaged property. 

The foreclosure process derives its legal basis from a mortgage or deed of trust contract, which gives the lender the right to use a property as collateral in case the borrower fails to uphold the terms of the mortgage document.

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