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Providing quality, professional, result-driven foreclosure defense representation to homeowners in North Carolina.
includes representation for individuals who have fallen behind on their mortgage payments and are attempting to work with their lenders in order to avoid an official foreclosure action being filed against them in court. We can help by communicating with your lender and attempting to work out a plan with them in order to avoid a filing of a foreclosure action. If you attempting to work things out with your lender and feel as though you are getting nowhere, please give us a call today to see how we can help.
includes representation for individuals who have already had a foreclosure action filed against them. This means your lender has already served you with foreclosure paperwork and you have a foreclosure hearing pending. Since we know that an alarming number of foreclosures are performed as a result of foreclosure fraud; we are committed to offering aggressive and knowledgeable foreclosure defense representation to help you avoid foreclosure. Even if you have been served with foreclosure paperwork, it may not be too late for you to keep your home. Call us today to see how we can help defend your foreclosure action.
Our office is also knowledgeable and experienced in representing clients in child custody, child support, and simple divorce cases. Family law consultations are always $100. Call today for an appointment.
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