The 20-Day Foreclosure Clock
The attorneys in Boca Raton, Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach, can help you when you are served a notice of foreclosure in the state of Florida. The 20-Day Foreclosure Clock is when you are given 20 days to respond before your defense options are seriously limited by the law. It is important to understand that, once the 20-day clock begins, the best use of your time may be vigorous, informed defense of your property.
At Klein Law Group, our experienced attorneys are as committed to stopping the foreclosure process as you are. We have dedicated ourselves to helping people in your position by offering intelligent advice and unyielding representation. To discuss your case with us and learn more about how you can be affected by the 20-day foreclosure clock, contact us today by calling 561-367-5166.
Twenty Days of Defense
The 20-day clock begins when the lender files a lawsuit of foreclosure against the homeowner. Once this lawsuit has been filed, the homeowner has twenty days to file a response with the courts. If a response is not filed, the foreclosure is likely to continue as planned. While not automatically put into default at this point, the lender may move forward with proceedings at his or her leisure.
Twenty days can pass by very quickly, especially when you are having financial problems. It is therefore incredibly important to respond to a foreclosure complaint and summons as quickly and as vigorously as possible. An experienced and compassionate lawyer may be the best way to defend your home and your financial future.
If you or someone you love is facing foreclosure and would like to learn more about the 20-day foreclosure process, the attorneys of Klein Law Group would like to discuss your case with you. To discuss your case with us and learn more about what we may be able to do for you, please contact us today by calling 561-367-5166.