Lansdale, PA -- (SBWIRE) -- 02/20/2019 -- Every individual foreclosure case is different and has complicated nuances that can ultimately make or break the case. As a result, it's unlikely that most homeowners will have a successful defense to foreclosure without an attorney. Homeowners who are facing foreclosure but believe they have a defense, are active military, or need assistance applying for a loan modification are encouraged to contact the foreclosure defense attorneys near Bucks County, PA, at Tadross Law.
When a foreclosure complaint has been served to a homeowner, the first thing the person should do is contact the foreclosure lawyers at Tadross Law. PA state law requires the lender to send the borrower a notice of intent to foreclose 30 days prior to filing a suit. With the right law firm working in the homeowner's corner, their attorneys will review the foreclosure circumstances and determine the best options moving forward that will offer long-term financial success.
The attorneys at Tadross Law urges homeowners not to fall behind any further on their mortgage and call their offices to receive the best foreclosure defense available. With two law offices, one in Philadelphia and one in Montgomery County, their seasoned foreclosure attorneys have assisted numerous homeowners in stopping mortgage foreclosure from becoming a reality.
Homeowners who believe they have a defense and are seeking a foreclosure defense lawyer in Philadelphia or the surrounding regions should contact Tadross Law today. Visit their website to learn more about the other services they offer or call their office to schedule a free case evaluation.
About Tadross Law
Tadross Law was founded with the goal of helping clients across the Greater Philadelphia area with their legal needs, whether in the form of litigation or transactional issues. This law office is well-versed when it comes to IRS tax matters, general civil litigations, and transactional matters, and takes pride in offering affordable flat rates instead of billing clients by the hour. Individuals who need assistance surviving debt and financial insecurity can find refuge with Tadross Law.
To learn more about Tadross Law, please visit http://tadrosslaw.com/ or call 215-500-5000 if in Philadelphia or 267-643-1415 if in Lansdale, PA.
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