Defective Foreclosure Suits in Long Island
Long Island Foreclosure Defense Attorney
An issue to consider, and which may play a major role in your ability to stop foreclosure, is whether the suit is defective. A defective foreclosure suit may be a lawsuit filed against you based off misrepresentation or a lack of the proper documents to legally foreclose on your property. Exposing defects in foreclosure suits in the Long Island area is an issue that has a great deal of weight for our attorneys. We recognize the importance of properly presenting our clients' cases to the court and will conduct a complete investigation into every aspect of a foreclosure complaint in order to determine if there is missing information, missing documents or false information that would result in the dismissal of the case.
Back when a great deal of homeowners were clamoring to refinance, sloppiness in mortgage paperwork occurred in some of these situations. Documents may have been misplaced or lost, and information may have been entered incorrectly. Now, when lenders are trying to foreclose upon these properties, these defects should be brought to light. While some judges will carefully scrutinize every aspect of a Long Island foreclosure complaint, others may not. Your foreclosure defense lawyer may play a major role in bringing evidence of a defect to light for the judge to see.
Revealing a Defect in Your Foreclosure Lawsuit
If you would like to find out more about your legal rights and options in the face of your foreclosure lawsuit, an attorney at Jacoby & Jacoby can help. We welcome you to contact our offices for a confidential consultation and case review, at which point we can determine how to best approach your case to stop foreclosure. If there is a defect, we will find and expose this to benefit your case.
Contact a Long Island foreclosure defense lawyer at our law offices for more information about defective foreclosure suits.