Do I even need an attorney to do a short sale and if so why should I have one?

You do not need an attorney to do a short sale, however, I highly suggest you do have an attorney for a number of reasons. One of the main reasons is that the attorney has your best interests in mind. He’s there to negotiate the best deal for you that is available. There are other people, there are other companies that do this kind of work. Your attorney has earned the respect of the community and the banks, and he’s going to do the best job for you.

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