How Will a Foreclosure Affect Me?

How Will a Foreclosure Affect Me?

If you’ve received a foreclosure summons, you may be wondering how this even happened. Typically, a lender will send out a summons after three months of consecutive missed payments on your mortgage. This process varies but before a bank can foreclose on your home,...

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How to Stop a Foreclosure and Keep Your Home

How to Stop a Foreclosure and Keep Your Home

Have you recently received a foreclosure summons and want to find the best solution to fight back against the banks so you can continue living in your home? While this may seem like a daunting task, there are actually more options available than you might imagine....

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Why You Have To Sue Sometimes

Why You Have To Sue Sometimes

They told her five years ago that she only owed $65,000 on her mortgage, and she has made every payment faithfully since then. Then the Bank billed her for $180,000 and their Bankster lawyers threatened foreclosure - for the last four years. She couldn’t sleep, she...

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Winning at Trial

Winning at Trial

What does it mean to win at trial?  It means that I was successful in proving to the Judge that the Bank could not successfully win the case, and the case is then dismissed by the Court.  This, in turn, means that the bank, should they decide to foreclose again, must...

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Firm Fights Foreclosure “Double Jeopardy” for Clients

Firm Fights Foreclosure “Double Jeopardy” for Clients

At The Lyons Law Group, P.A. we are not wasting any time putting recent Florida Supreme Court decisions to use for our clients. On November 3, 2016, the Florida Supreme Court rendered a decision in Bartram v. U.S. Bank, N.A., [citation] (Fla. 2016) confirming that...

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