When you’re unable to make your payments on a house, a mortgage company may get a judgment of foreclosure. Then they pay the County Sheriff, or an appointed officer, to sell it at an auction. If you failed to stop a foreclosure suit, interfacing Sheriff Sale, read this.
Here are some rules about stopping foreclosure: File chapter 13
- Before your mortgage company files a foreclosure suit
- Before a foreclosure suit goes to judgment
- Before a judgment proceeds to a Sheriff sale
In other words call Geraci law soon as you get behind, because the longer you wait, the more the mortgage company will cost you, and the harder it is. What if your house is actually been sold at a Sheriff sale?
Before coming to Geraci Law, a single mom filed a Chapter 13 with another law firm. That case was dismissed, and that other so-called law firm told her there was nothing she could do. She was devastated, but her aunt told her to call Geraci Law. She inherited the house from her mother with her aunt on title.
Geraci Law filed a counter attack in the State Chancery Court. Before the sheriff sale, there are several court appearances and notices that must be “serviced.” She never lived at the residence that the mortgage company claimed to have served her at.
Geraci Law was able to prove the client was not property served with the foreclosure notice. The judge sided with Geraci Law and the sheriff sale was REVERSED. The woman called for a group hug in the court room ecstatic by the work of Geraci Law. Then, Geraci Law filed a 2nd Chapter 13 to repay the past due mortgage and force them to take her future payments.
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