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Dedicated to Protecting Your Property and Your Rights
The foreclosure defense attorneys of McIntyre, Panzarella, Thanasides, Bringgold & Todd, P.A., represent owners of business and commercial real estate who are in danger of losing their properties to foreclosure. Our goal is to help our clients avoid foreclosure by negotiating a business or home loan modification or debt restructuring.
Stop Foreclosure Actions
If you have received a foreclosure notice, it is important to speak to an attorney about your legal rights. Even if you cannot make your mortgage payment, you still have legal protections and options. We will review your situation and outline the possibilities.
Our consumer protection attorneys review not only your obligations, but the lender's obligation to you. Careful examination of the lender's activities may reveal that the mortgage company or bank violated the terms of state or local consumer protection or fair lending regulations. They may have failed to evaluate the property properly. By documenting and pursuing these violations, we are often able to hold off an impending foreclosure and negotiate a resolution to the issue that is more favorable to our client, such as a loan modification.
We have identified instances of lender violations in the underwriting and creation of the loan, as well as in the administration of loan. We represent clients with both subprime and traditional mortgages.
Turning the Tables on Lenders
Our knowledge of consumer and lending regulations allows our foreclosure defense lawyers to turn the tables on lenders who have disregarded their responsibilities. We have developed a foreclosure defense process that is cost-effective for our clients.
Representing Clients in Tampa, Sarasota, Orlando, Dade City and Throughout West Central Florida
To learn if our foreclosure defense services can help you, please contact McIntyre, Panzarella, Thanasides, Bringgold & Todd, P.A., in Tampa, Florida.
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