Month: November 2012

Florida Foreclosure Process – Pre-Lawsuit Notices and Foreclosure Defense

What Kinds of Pre-Lawsuit Notices Appear in the Florida Foreclosure Process? Several different kinds of notices are commonly encountered by homeowners during the foreclosure timeline leading up to the filing of a foreclosure lawsuit.  One type of notice, for example, may be a form debt collection letter providing the homeowner with notice that the creditor …

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Florida Foreclosure Process – Foreclosure Timeline and Foreclosure Defense

What is the Timeline of the Florida Foreclosure Process Before Litigation? One of the most common questions a Florida foreclosure defense attorney receives is “What is the timeline of the Florida Foreclosure Process before a lawsuit is filed?”  The short answer is, there is no uniform time frame of falling behind on mortgage payments that …

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Florida Foreclosure Process – Service of Process and Foreclosure Defense

How Does the Florida Foreclosure Process Begin? The litigation portion of the Florida foreclosure process typically begins with a lender recording a “lis pendens” on the public records of the county in which the property is located.  The lis pendens puts the public on notice that the lender or servicer plans to commence an action …

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