Foreclosure Lawyers: What to Look For

: Chris Lee Law Firm

  Filed under: Foreclosure

When taking on the process of foreclosure, it is important to make sure you are hiring the right foreclosure lawyer to take on your case. With the looming threat of the continual plateau our economy is facing, it might, be in your best interests to know what to look for when seeking help with a foreclosure.

The Need to Know

A good foreclosure lawyer will, obviously, need to have a solid command of foreclosure law. Don’t be afraid to ask questions, especially questions specific to your situation, when figuring out which foreclosure lawyer is right for you. A strong knowledge base is the key to finding the most qualified person to defend you.

Make sure to consult with the Department of Housing and Urban Development, as they certify counselors, attorneys, and lawyers specifically in the field of foreclosure. There’s actually a convenient page on the HUD website specifically for looking up and referencing the various foreclosure lawyers operating in the real estate sphere.

Also consider getting a referral from other qualified real estate professionals that you’ve had experience with in the past. There is not much better than someone qualified in their field recommending someone else qualified in their field to you. Many times, a good real estate broker will have contacts with a variety of well-trained foreclosure lawyers who they have worked with previously.

Make sure to also look out for foreclosure lawyers who are specialized in certain areas. If the area they specialize in is applicable to your case, then all the better, obviously. If they are specialized in something totally useless to what you need, then you’ll likely have a problem with their services.


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