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How to Change Foreclosure Worry into Reasonable Confidence


The very first indication of a foreclosure on your home is very worrying. It is among the most disturbing situations one can contemplate—the loss of your home and everything you put into owning it and making it emotionally a real home with all the attendant feelings of accomplishment and rearing.


So, undoubtedly, the very first document or notification you receive about the possibility of foreclosure is going to trigger intense worry and imaginings of what’s-going-to-happen.

With the right steps and acting quickly that worry should very soon translate into plans of action as you begin to think how you can respond to the foreclosure notification. You may do some online searches as to the options you have for forestalling, modifying or stopping a foreclosure.

One thing you may soon realize is that going it alone against the big and small lending institutions which are pursuing the foreclosure against you is not a good idea. And you should really worry about anything that is not a good idea.

A much better approach is to seek out very soon (as foreclosure processes go on legal timelines of 100 days) a very qualified and experienced attorney (or attorney team) to represent your interests against the foreclosing institutions and their attorneys.

Our foreclosure defense attorney team at Rodriguez Law Group, Inc., is among the best and most successful in stopping foreclosures across all California. Our experience is very deep in foreclosure defense, having defended hundreds of homeowners against big banks and other lending entities. We have also appeared before the state Supreme Court in foreclosure cases.

Worry can quickly change to a reasonable state of confidence once you talk to us (free consultation) and hear how we can legally protect your home, stop foreclosure or pursue other legal remedies.

But you must act quickly – that is the key.

Call us at: 626-888-5206 Call M-F 8am-5pm

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