Deed in Lieu of Foreclosure Attorney

Klein Law Group Attorneys, with offices located in Boca Raton, Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach, FL., can guide you through the Deed in Lieu of Foreclosure process.  A Deed in Lieu of Foreclosure agreement may be the most beneficial option when you are seeking a way to prevent a lender from foreclosing on your home. If you are facing home foreclosure, it is best to speak with an experienced attorney who can work with you to secure a solution that promotes your best interests as much as possible. While it may be too late to avoid losing your home, you may still be able to escape the severely adverse financial consequences of a foreclosure.

Contact the attorneys of Klein Law Group, at 561-367-5166 to discuss your case today, free of charge. Our experienced attorneys are committed to making the foreclosure defense process as worry-free for our clients as possible. We understand how confusing and challenging this can be and want to help you to move on with your life.

How We Can Help

When you choose to pursue a deed in lieu of foreclosure, the deed to your house will be given back to the lender in order to avoid the foreclosure of your home. In order to qualify for this relief, you must meet your lending institution’s own eligibility criteria. The effect of this type of agreement is that you will surrender the title to your house to the mortgage company in exchange for the cancellation of the attached mortgage. At Klein Law Group, we might be able to assist you with other needs, including:

  • “Forced Deed” in Lieu of Foreclosure

Contact Us

If you or a loved one is facing the foreclosure of your home, it is important that you understand that there are other possible outcomes. Contact the attorneys of Klein Law Group, at 561-367-5166 today to learn more from a compassionate and dedicated lawyer.

Florida Deed in Lieu of Foreclosure FAQs

If you are interested in a deed in lieu of foreclosure arrangement, you must establish your eligibility with your mortgage lender. Different lenders may have different eligibility requirements, but in general, you may be eligible if:

– You are more than 31 days behind in your mortgage payments
– You are facing a hardship such as illness, divorce, or job loss
– You have unsuccessfully tried other options, such as mortgage modification, short sale, and debt consolidation.For many people, a deed in lieu of foreclosure may be an effective way to avoid the financial and emotional strains of foreclosure. To learn more, contact the lawyers of Klein Law Group at 561-367-5166.